Incident round cancers: what lessons can we learn?

@article{Duncan1998IncidentRC,
  title={Incident round cancers: what lessons can we learn?},
  author={K. Duncan and G. Needham and F. Gilbert and H. Deans},
  journal={Clinical radiology},
  year={1998},
  volume={53 1},
  pages={
          29-32
        }
}
At the time of implementation of the National Health Service Breast Screening Programme a range of targets were set, and have since been updated. This study looks at a subset of cancers detected by screening - the incident round cancers - which are not currently identified and addressed by the targets. In our first incident round we screened 24838 women and detected 112 breast cancers in 111 women. On the basis of a two-stage retrospective evaluation of the prevalent round mammograms in these… Expand
Breast cancer detected on an incident (second or subsequent) round of screening MRI: MRI features of false-negative cases.
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