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Why the pandemic may be hitting female radiologists harder, and how hospitals and practices can counter

Tuesday, May 26, 2020

Radiology Business (5/26) coronavirus pandemic has hit all aspects of the imaging profession hard, but it may be female members of the field who are taking the brunt of its impact, according to a session of the American College of Radiology’s online annual meeting and a recent study in JACR.

Bringing Abbreviated MRI Into the Clinic: Q&A

Wednesday, May 20, 2020

Diagnostic Imaging (5/20) reports on a study from the Journal of Breast Imaging which outlined the benefits and challenges of using abbreviated MRI, as well as the strategies practices and imaging centers can use to more easily integrate it into the services they provide to patients.

Bringing Abbreviated MRI Into the Clinic: Q&A

Wednesday, May 20, 2020

Diagnostic Imaging (5/20) reports on a study published in the Journal of Breast Imaging which outlines the benefits and challenges of using abbreviated MRI, as well as the strategies practices and imaging centers can use to more easily integrate it into the services they provide to patients.

Women want breast cancer risk info from radiologists

Thursday, May 14, 2020

Aunt Minnie (5/14) reports on a study published in Academic Radiology which states many women want to learn about their risk status for breast cancer from a face-to-face meeting with the radiologist who interpreted their screening mammograms.

Screening reduces risk of breast cancer death by 41%

Monday, May 11, 2020

Aunt Minnie (5/11) reports on a study published in the journal Cancer that mammography screening reduces the risk of dying of breast cancer by 41% within 10 years of diagnosis.

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The Society of Breast Imaging‘s goal for its initiative End the Confusion is to provide evidence based information on breast cancer screening. We will continue to provide information and resources as well as our views on the latest breast cancer screening news so we encourage you to regularly visit the website, like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter (@BreastImaging). Hopefully we have addressed and will continue to address any and all confusion you experience when it comes to breast cancer screening. 

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