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Ductal lavage is an inaccurate breast cancer detection method

Ductal lavage has been found to be an inaccurate method of diagnosing breast cancer. The test method involves flushing milk ducts with fluid and then analyzing the recovered fluid for cancerous cells.

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About: Ductal lavage is an inaccurate breast cancer detection method

Date: 20 October 2004

Source: Reuters Health

URL: http://www.reuters.co.uk/newsArticle.jhtml?type=healthNews&storyID=6559437§ion=news

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