You won’t be able to work with the cells in the biology lab, though. It has statistical analysis of its weapons against cancer – and has contributed to the development of an online resource that allows women and their physicians to assess their risk and make informed decisions about health care prevention. Allows to.
Guard is a biostatist who teaches in the Department of Economics, Applied Statistics and International Business at NSMSU’s College of Business. She works as a consultant with the National Cancer Institute’s Breast Cancer Surveillance Consortium. CALIFORNIA – As a result of this work with a team of researchers from the University of San Francisco, UC Davis, Group Health Research Institute and the Meow Clinic, the consortium has launched an updated online breast cancer risk calculator. , Of which five can be estimated. – and 10-year-old Anastasia breast cancer risk based on a woman’s age, race and nationality, family history, breast biopsy history and breast density.
Gree said that when a woman is in Riyadh, her radiologist will provide “A,” “B,” “C” or “D”, “breasts” to measure breast density where “one” is mostly fatty tissue. Indicates and “D” indicates extreme grass. Tissue. Many studies have shown that women who have dense breasts are at higher risk for developing breast cancer.
Currently, 24 states are required to avoid mammography in women who report a “C” or “D” in breast density. The Guard said New Mexico is not one of them, but would need federal legislation to make that nationwide. This means that more and more women can get information about breast density and talk to their doctors about how density affects their risk.
New Mexico Health spokesman David Morgan said any new tool that helps doctors and patients assess risk is a welcome addition.
“Every man should be armed with as much information as he possibly can – along with his doctors – about his health care,” Morgan said.
“I understand that radiologists differ from each other in the interpretation of density, and how it can inform women of breast density,” she said. “There are numerous variables from radiologist to radiologist, and you may develop a false sense of security or you may unnecessarily alarm women based on a density measurement.”
She is looking at how the level of experience or training of a radiologist may affect character variables.
He said the aim was to help women in both of these areas gain more accurate information about their risk and understand the potential impact of that risk.
“I think it’s important that women understand the risk of developing breast cancer, especially if women get more information about their breast density,” Gard said. “The concern is that women are being informed about their breast density and they will not know what to do with this information. So here is something we can give them to help them improve their risk. It will help. Their doctors determine what the next step will be for them. “