Pink Ribbon Day – October 1, 2014

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In the world of health awareness, the pink ribbon is probably one of the best known symbols there is. Supporters of charities and organisations promoting breast cancer awareness have been wearing the pink ribbon since 1992, when it was adopted as the official symbol of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month in the US. Since then, the pink ribbon has gone global, and is recognised as a symbol of support for breast cancer awareness in countries all around the world.

As the most common cause of cancer death among females worldwide, breast cancer is naturally always a part of the programme at the European Congress of Radiology. So to mark Pink Ribbon Day, we decided to pick out a few key sessions from our ECR On Demand archive, to highlight the vital role that medical imaging plays in the detection, diagnosis, treatment and follow-up of breast cancer.

Watch the preview below and follow the links underneath to gain access to full lectures on our ECR On Demand platform.

Watch an extra long ECR on Demand preview clip about breast imaging:

Imaging after treatment of breast cancer – E³ 220, A 003 (M.H. Fuchsjäger)

Or check out the selected related lecture recordings below:

CC 1618 – Follow-up of local treatments of breast cancer:
Watch the whole ECR on Demand lectures here.
E3 420b – Mammography:
Watch the whole ECR on Demand lectures here.
E3 530b – Breast US:
Watch the whole ECR on Demand lectures here.
E3 620 – MRI of the breast:
Watch the whole ECR on Demand lectures here.
E3 720b – Image-guided breast biopsy:
Watch the whole ECR on Demand lectures here.
E3 820c – Multidisciplinary team meeting from Milan, IT:
Watch the whole ECR on Demand lectures here.
E2 920b – How to report:
Watch the whole ECR on Demand lectures here.

 

 

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