Breast screening goes digital in Cornwall

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Digital screening units for breast cancer have been introduced in Cornwall in the hope of diagnosing more women with the illness.

The digital mammography service at the Royal Cornwall Hospital (RCH) is the first in the South West to go digital.

It is hoped the images, which provide more detail of glandular tissue, will diagnose significantly more cancers.

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