Breast Thermography as an Adjunct to Clinical Evaluation of the Breasts
It is estimated that 44% of breast carcinomas and 20% of breast carcinoma deaths occur in women less than 50 years old.1 Earlier diagnosis of breast carcinomas is rewarded by improved survival rates and by wider choice of therapy.2
KeywordsBreast Cancer Breast Carcinoma Improve Survival Rate Thermographic Image Curable Breast Cancer
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