For 6 years we’ve been sharing the Story of A Woman whose Breast Cancer was missed on her Mammograms over multiple years and on several consecutive Screening Mammograms We know of course that it’s not just the story ofONE WOMAN but it is in fact the story of HUNDREDS of Women We’re asking you AGAIN … More One Woman not Just One Story
Building awareness and influencing change is what http://www.Beingdense.com is about. When a woman goes for her Mammogram her hopes are pinned on the result being clear. Few women realise that their Mammogram determines another important result, one that is not routinely given to them – their level of Breast Density. “A Stronger Influencer for Breast … More Strong Influencer for Breast Cancer kept under wraps!
Be smart about Being Dense because #YourDensityMatters … More Being Dense leads Irish Advocacy
I use Social Media a lot. I have found it a wonderful way to share information about Patient Advocacy. I try to ensure that I share evidence based information at all times. Today during a short exchange on a FB chat, it was suggested that Breast Density Advocacy might be scaremongering. I can assure you … More I Am Dense
Your Breast Density Matters http://www.Beingdense.com is an Irish Patient Advocacy established by Lobular Breast Cancer patient, Siobhán Freeney who lives in County Wexford on the East coast of Ireland. Improved screening methods for women with dense breasts are needed because of their increased risk of breast cancer and of failed early diagnosis by screening mammography. https://beingdense.com/2020/07/10/be-the-change-you-wish-to-see-in-the-world/ … More Women’s Health Imaging
There has been a long running debate about Breast Density and the associated risks in terms of Breast Cancer. Beingdense.com have written about it often. We had the great privilege to co-host the first ever Irish Seminar on Mammographic Breast Density with http://www.BreastPredict.com in June 2019. I want to share a bit of the more … More Is that Clear?
Breast Density an independent risk factor for Breast Cancer. Early detection. The World Health Organisation (WHO) position paper on Mammography Screening WHO position paper on mammography screening [pdf 584kb] Overview Every year, breast cancer kills more than 500,000 women around the world. In resource-poor settings, a majority of women with breast cancer are diagnosed at … More Your Density Matters
It’s been so long since I’ve had time to sit down and fill in the gaps with what Beingdense and I have been up to. I can scarcely believe my last blog post was in July. The Summer absolutely flew past. In July, I had the loveliest experience collaberating with Karin Sieger for her Cancer … More Beginnings, Endings and the Joys in between
It has taken a few years but I can confidently say, I am a Patient Advocate. This year has presented many opportunities and I am grateful to so many people and organisations for supporting our Breast Density patient advocacy http://www.Beingdense.com On Monday 10th June we will co-host the first Irish Public seminar to focus specifically … More Patient to Patient Advocate
Dealing with a Cancer diagnosis is without doubt one of the most difficult times in a person’s life. The word Cancer has always had the power to strike fear into us and when you hear it applied to yourself for the first time it sets off a chain reaction of feelings from uncertainty to anxiety, … More Finding it Small Matters