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1) Critical vulnerability makes GE radiological devices vulnerable to hacking

The vulnerability lies in the default passwords of GE's product management software

2) Vaccine side effect may result in misleading mammography results

The vaccine causes lymph nodes in the arm and neck to swell, similar to how breast cancer does

3) Fujifilm partners with Candelis to enhance image management

The integration of both companies' technologies will enhance support for women's healthcare and CT exams

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Women's Health Press Room

QView Medical maintains leadership position in AI-powered breast cancer screening technology through alliance with GE Healthcare
Siemens Healthineers gets FDA clearance of mammography reading and workflow optimization solutions
Breast MR shows IUDs have systemic effects
Double Black Imaging expands digital breast imaging display line with 12MP and releases new CFS calibration software suite
Lunit's AI software for breast cancer detection, Lunit INSIGHT MMG, wins FDA clearance
Alpha Kappa Alpha to bring its mobile mammography unit to Arizona for Navajo Nation breast and cervical cancer prevention
DenseBreast-info.org commemorates 10-year anniversary of FDA breast density inform consensus
Advanced breast cancer patients should receive COVID-19 vaccination without delay
Hologic announces European launch of Genius Digital Diagnostics System for cervical cancer screening
OmniVision announces industry’s highest-resolution image sensor for ENT, cardiac, Arthro, OB-GYN and utero-renal endoscopes

Women's Health

Philips to design AI application suite for maternal care and obstetrics
Will help women in low and middle-income countries
Breast cancer patients under 35 face higher risk of cancer spreading
6% to 22% chance of breast cancer spreading among all ages
Screening Black women for breast cancer at 40 cuts racial disparities in mortality in half
Black women have higher rates of aggressive cancers at younger ages
Breast imaging market revenues declined by 15% in 2020
Insight from the market analysts at Signify Research
New approach makes breast MR more affordable for women with extremely dense breasts
Cost effective when applied at four- or three-year intervals
Follow-ups to free cancer screenings may cost hundreds for patients: study
Avoiding follow-up testing can lead to hundreds in medical costs later
Breast imaging experience not a guarantee of accurate diagnoses, says study in Italy
Only 44.2% of participants passed online mammogram self-assessment
Ohio Hospital to open women's radiology center
Will include new DEXA machines, mammography systems, and upgraded ultrasounds
Breast, cervical cancer screenings dropped over 80% in April 2020
Decreases varied by race and geography, coincided with rise in COVID-19 cases
Fujifilm combines mammography system with ScreenPoint Medical's reading software
Users can identify lesions earlier, potentially reduce breast cancer mortality
Illinois imaging center may jeopardize public health with faulty mammo exams
ACR reviewed a sample of 30 mammography images, finding 16 of them did not comport with imaging criteria
Inpatient mammo programs could improve screening adherence
Patients hospitalized for other matters undergo mammograms before being discharged
COVID-19 restrictions push up death toll from breast cancer over the next decade
Delays in mammography reduced mammograms by up to 80%
Women's Health Product Showcase
If your practice specializes in women's health, these are just a few of the companies that should be on your radar
Breast cancer screening gets personal
From mammography units to AI software, a look at the latest technology shaping the future of breast imaging
The next wave in breast imaging
Insights from Henry (Hidetoshi) Izawa, vice president of modality solutions and clinical affairs for Fujifilm Medical Systems USA
Changes in women’s health technology
Insight from the clinical advisors at symplr

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Breast cancer screening gets personal

From mammography units to AI software, a look at the latest technology shaping the future of breast imaging

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A look at OB/GYN innovations and the disruptive potential of POCUS

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