Researchers from the Department of Radiology and Nuclear Medicine at Radboud University in Nijmegen carried out a study “ADAPTING BREAST CANCER SCREENING STRATEGY USING PERSONALISED RISK ESTIMATION” “The idea is to go from a one-size-fits-all approach to a personalised screening protocol.” In Ireland our National breast screening service, BreastCheck – currently provides a one size … More European report heralds change in breast screening protocols.
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Just because October’s over, doesn’t mean the fight against breast cancer is. Raise a hand and share to help spread the word about breast density. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LSSprgnQp_4 Here on The Pulse, we have taken a close look at where we stand in the battle against breast cance Source: Breast Density Explained with Emoji
This is another read one share one, please share with at least one other woman. Please read this and then share it with at least one other woman in your life 🍋🍋 If you have had a mammogram in your 20s -30s or 40s it is likely to have been carried out in a … More Make sure your mammogram follows you. Read and share 🍋🍋
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/nhs/12189095/NHS-breast-cancer-tests-miss-3.5k-tumours-a-year.html More and more evidence to support PERSONALISED BREAST SCREENING PROTOCOLS Women in Ireland deserve better. Breast density masks breast cancer tumours. beingdense.com advocates for the mandatory reporting of breast density levels with mammogram radiology results.
beingdense.com is asking each one of you to tag a person you know and help to increase the awareness of breast density and the importance of knowing about it. Tell a friend, mother, aunt, cousin, neice, colleague. It is simple…….ask the question at your next mammogran…. HAVE I GOT DENSE BREASTS? The answer will determine … More Uniting women across the globe
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Breast Cancer awareness month