Breast Density: Important Facts and how a Successful Implementation of 3D ABUS can Help to Detect Early Breast Cancer: GE Healthcare

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Originally Aired - Wednesday, December 1 1:30 PM - 2:15 PM Central (CT)

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Location: Booth 8355, North Hall, Level 3


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Title: Breast Density: Important Facts and how a Successful Implementation of 3D ABUS can Help to Detect Early Breast Cancer: GE Healthcare

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Breast density impairs the sensitivity of mammography due to its "masking effect"; such that a non-calcified malignancy in dense breasts may be undetected, causing interval cancer rates. Additionally, women with dense breast tissue have a higher risk for developing breast cancer. Automated Breast Ultrasound (ABUS) as a non-invasive, FDA-PMA approved screening solution can help to drive early cancer detection. Learn about how ABUS can be integrated successfully to deliver personalized breast care; hear about Implementation and educational strategies combined with an interesting clinical case review.

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Type: Vendor Workshops

Session ID: IW1-VW103


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