Dr. Nilza Kallos, a South Miami radiologist, reads an image from a new machine that produces 3D mammograms that make it easier for doctors to find cancerous tumors at an early stage on Tuesday April 30, 2013.
Dr. Nilza Kallos, a South Miami radiologist, reads an image from a new machine that produces 3D mammograms that make it easier for doctors to find cancerous tumors at an early stage on Tuesday April 30, 2013. PATRICK FARRELL Miami Herald File
Dr. Nilza Kallos, a South Miami radiologist, reads an image from a new machine that produces 3D mammograms that make it easier for doctors to find cancerous tumors at an early stage on Tuesday April 30, 2013. PATRICK FARRELL Miami Herald File

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