New test for breast cancer could diagnose disease earlier and prevent unnecessary biopsies
This article was originally published in Clinica
Measuring electrical activity in the breast with non-invasive sensors could help doctors distinguish between benign masses and cancer. A UK study found that as well as detecting breast cancer earlier in certain patients, the test could also prevent unnecessary biopsies.
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