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Addressing Diagnostic Dilemmas with Videssa Breast

For patients with abnormal or difficult-to-interpret mammograms, breast imaging has known limitations. Benign breast disease can mimic the appearance of cancer, increasing false positives and breast density can obscure cancers increasing false negatives. This can lead to uncertainty about whether or not immediate follow-up is needed, patient anxiety and unnecessary downstream procedures contributing to increased healthcare costs.

eBook: Breast Cancer Detection:
Not a “One-Size-Fits-All” Approach

There is a critical need for an alternative approach to complement breast imaging when clinical assessment is challenging, particularly in women with abnormal or difficult-to-interpret imaging findings.

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The Videssa Breast Solution

In patients with abnormal or difficult-to-interpret mammograms, confidently choosing a “watch and wait” approach versus immediate follow-up can be challenging. With a simple blood draw, Videssa Breast can inform whether further diagnostic procedures may be warranted or provide assurance that a patient likely does not have breast cancer. When combined with imaging, Videssa Breast improves diagnostic accuracy and provides greater confidence and clarity when assessment is challenging. 

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eBook: The Insider's Guide to Videssa Breast:

Everything You Need to Know and More

Find out why everyone is talking about Videssa Breast!  Download our free eBook to learn more about an exciting new blood test that improves breast cancer detection.

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eBook: Breakthrough Clinical Results:
How Videssa Breast is Changing Breast Cancer Detection

Download our free eBook which reveals additional insights into the clinical performance of Videssa Breast and rigorous scientific discovery behind the test.

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Is Videssa Breast Right for Your Patients?

Videssa Breast is recommended for use in women between the ages of 25 and 75 with abnormal or difficult-to-interpret mammographic findings. When considering biopsy or advanced imaging, Videssa Breast can help identify which patients who may or may not warrant immediate follow-up.