Mammographic surveillance in women aged 35-39 at enhanced familial risk of breast cancer (FH02)

D Gareth Evans, S. Thomas, J. Caunt, L. Roberts, A. Howell, M. Wilson, R. Fox, D. M. Sibbering, S. Moss, M. G. Wallis, D. M. Eccles, S. Duffy, Eleanor Waldron, Lesley Smart, Lynda Luke, Simerjit Rai, Richard Linforth, Guy Stevens, Jane Evans, Nick LuftHollie Devlin, Cathy Farnon, Ruth Hall, Wendy Chorley, Diana Mayor, Vian Salih, A. Modi, Joy Hunter, Mohammed Rashed, Philip Turton, Sue Hartup, Julian Barwell, Tracey Hale, Alex Henderson, Irene Jobson, William Teh, R. D. Macmillan, N. Potdar, Ambika Anand, Carmel Sheppard, [Unknown] Di Cameron, Mary Davies, Sue Holcombe, Laura Francis, Gerald Gui, Janet Self, Diana Dalgliesh, Katherine Knight, Neil Rothnie, D. Christensen, Janet Newell, Ethna McFerran, Rosemary Greenhalgh, Jenny Affen, Celia Lewis, Riccardo Audisio

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    Although there have been encouraging recent studies showing a potential benefit from annual mammography in women aged 40-49 years of age with an elevated breast cancer risk due to family history there is little evidence of efficacy in women aged
    Original languageEnglish
    Pages (from-to)13-21
    Number of pages8
    JournalFamilial Cancer
    Issue number1
    Publication statusPublished - Mar 2014


    • BRCA1
    • BRCA2
    • Breast cancer
    • High-risk
    • Mammography
    • MRI
    • Screening


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