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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.


Increased Risk of Developing Breast Cancer after a False-Positive Screening Mammogram

Using 1994 to 2009 Breast Cancer Surveillance Consortium data, Henderson et al. included women ages 40…

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Breast Cancer Characteristics Associated with Digital versus Film-Screen Mammography for Screen-Detected and Interval Cancers

In an effort to determine if pathologic findings of screen-detected and interval cancers differ for digital…

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Performance of Digital Screening Mammography in a Population-Based Cohort of Black and White Women

Using CMR data from 2005-2010, we sought to examine whether digital screening mammography performance differs between black…

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