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It’s a read one share one! Ladies please share this with all of the women you know and love. Read it and then share it. It really is that simple and something that could change their life. #informwomen Irish women want and deserve change in their breast screening protocols. For years, the effects of breast … More #informwomen

Into breast cancer through breast density

Click the link below Michelle’s devastating journey into breast cancer, through breast density, sensitively told on film. Please share this with your friends and family when you have watched it. Michele, who is featured in the above short film, was diagnosed with Stage 3 Invasive Lobular Carcinoma, a form of breast cancer, in April 2014, despite … More Into breast cancer through breast density

Huffington post – breast density “a wolf in sheep’s clothing “

Survival and successful treatment outcomes of breast cancer is so closely linked to tumour size. Early detection is a key component in securing the best possible results for women diagnosed with breast cancer. Breast density is like the wolf in sheep’s clothing. Both tumors and dense breast tissue appear white on a mammogram. A traditional … More Huffington post – breast density “a wolf in sheep’s clothing “

Call for Irish breast screening to include breast density levels

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 ?  

Physician and Breast Cancer researcher- Deborah Rhodes on breast density risk

  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

Demystify Breast Density Fog for Irish Women

Breast Cancer is the most common cancer in women in Ireland. Almost 3,000 women in  Ireland are diagnosed each year. Breast cancer accounts for one third of all newly diagnosed cancers in women in Ireland and is the second highest cause of cancer death. Early detection leads to far better outcomes for patients. For two … More Demystify Breast Density Fog for Irish Women

Breast Density Reporting Law in Nebraska

  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