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Why You Need to Know: Are You Dense?

Tabitha Watkins has been doing breast self-exams for many years. They’ve become part of her monthly routine like paying a credit card bill or washing the car. However, she never thought [...]

A Night Out of the Museum: Mummies In The CT Scanner

A radiologist examines these less-than-living patients for the Spanish National Museum of Archaeology. One dark night in Madrid, four mummies creeped through the doors of Quirónsalud University Hospital. But despite the [...]

Why is it important to get a mammogram?

“I strongly believe in the importance of early detection,” said Amy. “This is my best defense against cancer… cancer that I have seen claim too many lives. For me, this is [...]

This Teenager Understands the Importance of Early Detection

For most teenage girls, breast cancer isn’t a typical topic of conversation or something on their mind. This isn’t the case for AnnaMela.

From Greece to Japan: Diagnosing and Treating Breast Cancer Around the World

Breast Cancer is the most common cancer among women worldwide. But thanks to the efforts of scientists and product designers, this rate is falling. We now know more about breast cancer, [...]

Swapping marriage for medicine, young girl leaves village in India to become x-ray expert

One year ago, Nisha had never used a computer before. Today, she works full-time as a radiology technician in a major hospital in Mumbai.

Men Get Breast Cancer Too

Breast cancer doesn’t just affect women—men can get it too, and many men don’t know that. There is a lack of professional awareness and support due to uninformed care providers. Many [...]

Three survivors’ stories and the technology that helped them along the way

Every day we are learning more and more about breast cancer and how to fight it thanks to the efforts of clinicians, scientists, researchers, and many others around the world.

This health tech expert accidentally found cancer in her son

A mom who develops general imaging ultrasound systems every day never thought it would one day detect cancer in her own son. Colleen Timpanaro spends her workday developing ultrasound systems that [...]

The city where Celsius created a thermometer superior in its precision adds another degree to its science capabilities

Hospital in Sweden first in Europe to receive new technology with the aim to improve cancer care Uppsala, Sweden – Tucked away in the northern part of Europe, one might not [...]

10,000 boomers turn 65 every day. Can digital health technology keep them STEADI?

By 2050 the U.S. older adult population is projected to almost double, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. Every day, 10,000 baby boomers turn age 65.

When ‘Burning Calories’ Takes on a New Meaning

Nutrition is a complicated concept with many factors: a healthy diet or lack thereof, and total caloric intake to name a few. When patients first enter an Intensive Care Unit (ICU), [...]
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