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  1. Zolot, Joan PA
  2. Rosenberg, Karen


According to this study:


* Women with a history of a false-positive screening mammogram are at increased risk for developing breast cancer, compared with women with a true-negative result.


* The risk is greater in women referred for biopsy than in those referred only for additional imaging.


* Breast density did not alter the study results.