"...the method could create a paradigm shift in early diagnosis of breast cancer as well as other diseases."
That's all great and stuff but I have some questions.
- If you are told you will develop breast cancer in the next two to five years, what do you do? Get a mammogram every month until it shows up? Or start chemo ahead of time? I'm not sure.
- What about the 20% inaccuracy? It won't work for one in five women so there is no benefit
- And all of us who were told we were too young or had no family history or risk factors? And then got breast cancer anyway?