A Maryland Medical Center is the first to offer new technology to detect breast cancer.
The Baltimore VA Medical Center has three-dimensional mammograms.
These give a deeper view of breast tissue than traditional two-dimensional tests. More accurate readings mean that fewer women will have to come in for follow-up visits or get biopsies because doctors aren't sure if a lump is cancerous.
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