Computers help MDs spot breast cancer

Everyone knows that ultimately, nothing can replace the judgment of a trained clinician--but a little extra help never hurt. Now, a study suggests that in some cases, that help could come from a computer.  The study concluded computer is as good as a second pair of eyes for helping a radiologist spot breast cancer indications on a mammogram. Article

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