|Characteristics of breast cancers detected by screening mammography in Taiwan: a single institute's experience
|Breast cancer; Interval breast cancer; Mammography; Screening; Symptomatology; Taiwan
|BMC women's health
Breast cancer is the most common female malignancy in the world. Nearly ninety percent of screening-detected breast cancers were diagnosed with earlier stages of 0 to II in Taiwan. It's widely acknowledged that mammography screening of breast cancer can achieve the goal of early diagnosis and treatment in terms of preventive task while neglected interval cancers are associated with unfavorable tumor characteristics and worse outcomes. The purpose of this study was to explore the characteristics of screening-detected breast cancers in Taiwan.
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