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By partnering with breast imaging facilities across the state of North Carolina, we collect and use breast imaging and associated cancer follow-up data to improve the performance of mammography, understand factors affecting the detection of breast cancer, and provide feedback to radiologists.  We work with the National Breast Cancer Surveillance Consortium, a collection of seven mammography registries across the U.S., to advance breast cancer research.

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The Influence of Mammographic Technologists on Radiologists’ Ability to Interpret Screening Mammograms in Community Practice

A recent CMR study explores whether the mammographic technologist has an effect on the ... read more →

2014 American Association for Cancer Research Meeting on Health Disparities

CMR presented a poster at the 2014 American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) meeting on ... read more →

Academy Health 2014 Conference

CMR presented a poster at the 2014 Academy Health’s Annual Research Meeting held at the San ... read more →
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