UK study, A study comparing breast scans to diagnose small breast cancers in dense breasts (BRAID), is still in the recruitment phase. The study is open to women who have had breast screening as part of the NHS Breast Screening Programme and are between 50-70 years old with dense breasts. Participants will receive randomized follow up with either ABUS, CESM, ABB-MRI or just mammography.
RSNA presentation from DB-i’s European Education Supporter, Dr. Erkin Aribal from Acibadem University in Turkey, on a large retrospective study of AI performance in negative screening mammograms. Findings suggest AI could reduce interval cancer rates, particularly relevant in middle-income countries with workforce shortages: https://www.auntminnie.com/index.aspx?sec=prtf&sub=def&pag=dis&itemId=134436&printpage=true&fsec=rca&fsub=rsna_2021