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Table 4 For a cohort of 100,000 screening participants with 60 interval cancers, the cost function (supplemental screens per interval cancer detected) versus the number of interval breast cancers potentially detected at the same operating points as in TableĀ 3). The rows orĀ operating points correspond to specific thresholds for masking risk. The results were linearly interpolated when necessary. Shaded rows align with the three BI-RADS thresholds (i.e., women in density category 4 only; 3 and 4; 2, 3, and 4)

From: Investigating the feasibility of stratified breast cancer screening using a masking risk predictor