We are midway through October 2018, Breast Cancer Awareness month and I realised today that it will be 3 yrs in December since I heard the words, you have Breast Cancer. In those 3 years I have learned a good deal about Breast Cancer and in particular a little known or spoken about risk factor … More What I have learned about Being Dense
Breast Density is a recognised major breast cancer risk factor. Several countries have established advocacies to inform women of their risk of having Dense Breasts. There are also a number of Radiology Experts and Research Scientists who have endorsed the need for Breast Density education, additional breast screening and notification protocols. http://www.beingdense.com advocates for Density … More Be Smart about Being Dense
beingdense.com supports Irish Cancer week 2017 PLEASE MAKE A SPECIAL EFFORT THIS WEEK TO SHARE OUR POSTS WITH ALL YOUR FRIENDS AND FAMILY 👭 This week The Irish Cancer Society encourages us to talk about Cancer an initiative to get people talking about all aspects of cancer Please share this post to keep the conversation going 👭 … More 25th Sept – 1st Oct ’17
Breast Density is a globally recognised breast cancer risk factor. Why are Irish women not told this at mammography screening? Why is this information withheld? Breast density notification should be mandatory at mammography screening – this utube clip explains why. Irish breast screening protocols must be re-examined. What are we waiting for ?
There are two groups of women when it comes to screening mammography — women in whom mammography works very well and has saved thousands of lives and women in whom it doesn’t work well at all. Do you know which group you’re in? If you don’t, you’re not alone. Because the breast has become … More Physician and Breast Cancer researcher- Deborah Rhodes on breast density risk
Widower completes wife’s dying wish with new mammogram law Like 40 percent of women, Cheri Rauth had dense breast tissue. Yearly mammograms could not spot the cancer that was forming inside her body; it was not detected until she had an ultrasound and biopsy. Bill Rauth, Cheri’s husband explains IRISH radiologists and cancer screening specialists … More Breast Density Reporting Law in Nebraska
Daffodil day in Ireland this week will keep the subject of cancer screening uppermost in our minds, along with the importance of early detection and treatment options. In Ireland women over 50 are encouraged to avail of a mammogram every two years and to self check examine, in the interim. It is vital and … More Australian update on Breast Density