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Breast Cancer Screening After Male-to-Female Transition in Transgender Women

2021 15 Feb

Despite the lack of general consensus about the optimal breast cancer screening approach in transgender women, it is imperative that physicians remain vigilant and aware of each transgender individual’s health risks based on their birth assigned sex and their particular mode of gender-affirming therapy. Key Points Over the last decade,... Read more

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38th Annual Miami Breast Cancer Conference®

2021 04 Mar

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IT Management

Join the Fight Against COVID-19 with Your PC

2020 21 Apr

The battle against the COVID-19 contagion highlights the heroic efforts of healthcare professionals and other frontline workers. As these heroes bravely perform their duties, those of us sheltered at home can do our share in helping find a cure to this infectious disease.      You might also like: Witty to Help WHO with COVID-19 Vaccine Development... Read more

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Machine Learning Improves Breast Cancer Screening and Diagnosis

2019 18 Dec

Researchers in New Zealand are combining machine learning (ML) and standard imaging to improve both diagnosis and treatment of breast cancer.   You might also like: RSNA 2019: Biennial Mammography Screening Yields More Advanced-Stage Cancers   The Auckland Bioengineering Institute, Science and technology, Health and medicine Researchers... Read more

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RSNA 2019: Biennial Mammography Screening Yields More Advanced-Stage Cancers

2019 27 Nov

Mammography screening has been helpful in lowering breast cancer mortality, but there is ongoing debate on how often women should be screened. A new study has found that biennial mammography screening is associated with advanced-stage breast cancer compared with annual screening. Additionally, women undergoing screenings every two years tended... Read more

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E-cigarette & Vaping Products Blamed for Lung Disease Outbreak

2019 11 Nov

Use of e-cigarette or vaping products, which may contain nicotine and tetrahydrocannabinol, has been blamed for an outbreak of lung disease that hit the U.S. starting in August. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said that cases of e-cigarette, or vaping, product use associated lung injury (EVALI) reported from 49 states and one... Read more

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EUSOBI Annual Scientific Meeting 2019

2019 03 Oct

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