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Breast cancer is the second most common cancer in women. A Johns Hopkins expert provides screening recommendations that may lead to earlier detection, less aggressive treatment and a higher rate of survival.
Johns Hopkins breast imaging experts Lillie Shockney and Susan Harvey answer questions about common findings in mammogram reports.
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Two Johns Hopkins experts discuss research into MS and the role of hormones and genetics.
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