Breast screening in new

BreastScreen Aotearoa is a free national breast screening programme for eligible New Zealand women aged 45—69 that checks for signs of early breast cancer. Breast cancer is the most common type of cancer in women. It affects up to 1 in 9 New Zealand women over their lifetime. Find out more about breast cancer. In New Zealand, you can have a free screening mammogram every 2 years through BreastScreen Aotearoa if you:. If you meet the criteria above and have had breast cancer, you can re-enter BreastScreen Aotearoa 5 years from when your cancer was found.
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Breast screening

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Breast screening | Health Navigator New Zealand

If you're in your 40s, you may want to consider switching from digital mammography to digital breast tomosynthesis DBT for your next breast cancer screening, say the authors of a study published online February 28 by JAMA Oncology. A review of more than , screening mammograms using the two technologies determined that DBT — sometimes referred to as 3D mammography — did a better job at accurately detecting cancers in women of all ages. The advantages were most pronounced for women in their 40s. DBT was also better at finding cancers in women with high breast density, which can make cancers more difficult to spot on screening exams.
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Newer and Experimental Breast Imaging Tests

World-first techniques for predicting breast cancer risk from mammograms that were developed in Melbourne could revolutionise breast screening by allowing it to be tailored to women at minimal extra cost. Published in the International Journal of Cancer , the University of Melbourne-led study found two new mammogram-based measures of risk. When these measures are combined, they are more effective in stratifying women in terms of their risk of breast cancer than breast density and all the known genetic risk factors. Researchers say if successfully adopted, their new measures could substantially improve screening, make it more effective in reducing mortality and less stressful for women, and therefore encourage more to be screened. They could also help address the problem of dense breasts.
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