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by John R. Fischer , Staff Reporter

When tested, the algorithm predicted the development of breast cancer in 87 percent of cases it analyzed and correctly interpreted 77 percent of non-cancerous cases. It then was used to analyze 71 different cases that were initially determined to be non-malignant by radiologists but ended up being diagnosed as breast cancer within the year. It correctly identified breast cancer in 48 percent of individuals out of the 71 cases, whom IBM says would not be diagnosed otherwise, and obtained an area under the receiver operating characteristic curve (AUC) of 0.91, and specificity of 77.3 percent at a sensitivity of 87 percent.

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Images were collected from IBM research partners, Maccabi Health Services and Assuta Medical Center.

The findings were published in the journal, Radiology.

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