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1) Dartmouth radiologist was permitted to keep practicing after missing cancer in 24 women

Paid $750 fine and was forbidden to read mammograms

2) MR starting in early 30s could cut breast cancer mortality by 50%

Findings pertain to women with ATM, CHEK2 and PALB2 gene variants

3) Hologic opens new innovation center for women's health technology in France

Will support development of its ultrasound, interventional and surgical solutions


Women's Health Press Room

Novarad partners with Ikonopedia to provide radiologists the next-generation in breast imaging solutions
Lunit and Agfa HealthCare bring breast imaging AI solution to Dubai Academic Health Corporation (DAHC) Dubai Hospital
MedCognetics awarded $750,000 grant from NIH to research unbiased artificial intelligence for breast cancer detection
Seno Medical inks exclusive agreement with Genetik, Inc. as distributor for Imagio breast imaging system in Southeast Asia
Introduction of diagnostic and supplemental imaging legislation could benefit thousands of Missourians
Introduction of diagnostic and supplemental imaging legislation could benefit thousands of New Mexicans
Travel time for breast cancer screening remains long for many women in the US, new study shows
DeLauro, Fitzpatrick, Katie Couric introduce Find It Early Act of 2022
Breast-conserving therapy may be a treatment option for some patients with multiple breast lesions
U.S. FDA clears MedCognetics’ AI enabled breast cancer screening software

Women's Health

Breast MR best supplemental screening tool for detecting missed cancers on mammograms
Researchers also assessed handheld breast ultrasound, automated breast ultrasound and digital breast tomosynthesis
Seventy-year-old breast cancer patients are half as likely to receive radiotherapy as 69-year-olds
Researchers call for a more nuanced approach to age-related treatment planning
Low screening rates deter US cancer detection rate, raises risk of late-stage diagnoses
No screening tests exist for 57% of all diagnosed cancers
GE HealthCare shares precision care strategy with investors
Expects mid- to single-digital organic revenue growth over midterm
For double reading, study finds Lunit AI can replace one breast cancer radiologist
Findings come at a time when staffing shortages are overwhelming providers
iCAD announces AI partnership with Google Health
Will integrate the tech giant's AI for breast cancer and risk assessment into iCAD's breast imaging portfolio
Philips debuts portable ultrasound system at RSNA
Compact 5000 Series can be transported between different departments
Medicare cuts deterring women from getting mammograms: survey
Nearly half have not gotten a mammogram in the last three years
Review of over 6,000 mammograms reveals dozens of missed, obvious cancers
Some of the scans were 'screaming cancer', according to reviewers
AI raises questions by predicting race from medical images
Researchers unable to explain how models can do this
FDA offers update on breast density notification law timeline
Forty percent of women over 40 have dense breasts
Reimbursement disparities prevent Black women from accessing new mammo technologies
Black women are 40% more likely to die from breast cancer than white women
Too many women in the US are skipping, or not thinking about, mammograms
Survey found more than one-fifth between ages 35 and 44 have no plans to get one
Geographic cancer screening disparities in US linked to county vulnerability scores
Socioeconomic status, racial/ethnic minority status determine social vulnerability
Butterfly Network boosts ultrasound scans in Kenya with 500-probe deployment
Only hand-held, whole-body ultrasound probe in world

Feature Stories

Breast density notification, knowledge, and next steps

In pursuit of notification laws that convey information effectively

The latest in breast imaging technology

A look around the industry at the latest innovations

Breast cancer screening gets personal

From mammography units to AI software, a look at the latest technology shaping the future of breast imaging

Will pregnant patients administer their own ultrasound exams in the future?

A look at OB/GYN innovations and the disruptive potential of POCUS

Breast imaging products help with coronavirus backlog

With a screening bottleneck on the horizon, manufacturers are introducing new tools to make exams faster and more comfortable than ever before