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Wendy Bruening

Senior Research Analyst

ECRI incorporated

HQ Phone:  (610) 825-6000

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ECRI incorporated

5200 Butler Pike

Plymouth Meeting, Pennsylvania,19462

United States

Company Description

ECRI Institute (www.ecri.org), a nonprofit organization, dedicates itself to bringing the discipline of applied scientific research to healthcare to discover which medical procedures, devices, drugs, and processes enable improved patient care. As pioneers in t... more

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ECRI Institute

www.ecri.org.uk [cached]

Lead author Wendy Bruening, a senior research analyst at ECRI Institute, said she was not surprised that her analysis of the evidence showed that MRI detected more cases of cancer than X-ray mammography.
Bruening said, however, in this high-risk population, a higher rate of false positives may be considered acceptable. "These women at high risk may be willing to go through additional unnecessary testing just to get reassurance that they do not have cancer," Bruening said.


ECRI Institute

www.ecri.org.uk [cached]

Lead author Wendy Bruening, a senior research analyst at ECRI Institute, said she was not surprised that her analysis of the evidence showed that MRI detected more cases of cancer than X-ray mammography.
Bruening said, however, in this high-risk population, a higher rate of false positives may be considered acceptable. "These women at high risk may be willing to go through additional unnecessary testing just to get reassurance that they do not have cancer," Bruening said.


Montclair Breast Center

www.montclairbreastcenter.com [cached]

Lead author Wendy Bruening, a senior research analyst at ECRI Institute, said she was not surprised that her analysis of the evidence showed that MRI detected more cases of cancer than X-ray mammography.
Bruening said, however, in this high-risk population, a higher rate of false positives may be considered acceptable. "These women at high risk may be willing to go through additional unnecessary testing just to get reassurance that they do not have cancer," Bruening said.


www.newsmax.com

Lead author Wendy Bruening, a senior research analyst at ECRI Institute, said she was not surprised that her analysis of the evidence showed that MRI detected more cases of cancer than X-ray mammography.Bruening said, however, in this high-risk population, a higher rate of false positives may be considered acceptable. "These women at high risk may be willing to go through additional unnecessary testing just to get reassurance that they do not have cancer," Bruening said.


www.cfah.org

Lead author Wendy Bruening, a senior research analyst at ECRI Institute, said she was not surprised that her analysis of the evidence showed that MRI detected more cases of cancer than X-ray mammography.
Bruening said, however, in this high-risk population, a higher rate of false positives may be considered acceptable.


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