In a recent move that is drawing much ire from the medical and women’s health communities, the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) declined to expand its recommendation on which women should receive regular mammography screening. What was offered upon this rejection was essentially the

[caption id="attachment_5143" align="alignleft" width="144"] Anne Richards, Clinical Development Manager, Women’s Healthcare, Carestream[/caption] The case for the importance and relevance of mammograms has had its battles in 2014. The CNBSS announcement sought to prove that mammograms do not result in better detection and essentially, do not save

[caption id="attachment_3018" align="alignleft" width="100"] Sean P. Reilly, Publisher, Imaging Technology News and Diagnostic and Interventional Cardiology[/caption] What started with a chug and a whisper is growing in both momentum and volume. Can you hear that whistle blowing? For years, mammography has been the breast cancer screening standard