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8. An unusual result which requires some more tests doesn't mean you have breast cancer: About 1 in 10 women who have a mammogram will require more tests. Only 8-10% of these women will need a biopsy and about 80% of these biopsies will turn out not to be cancer. Read more about clinical trials for breast cancer and how you can benefit from them here.