It is a great pleasure to invite you to the Personalized Breast Imaging Day!
The half day training will be held on Park Inn Oslo Airport, 19th of November at 12-18.
Take the opportunity to learn from our two well known experts in Personalized Breast Imaging. Read more about our speakers, workshops and register below.
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Take a look at the program!

Except our prominent speakers you will also be able to participate in our hands-on workshops and product demos.

 
 
Prof. Solveig Hofvind
 

Prof. Solveig Hofvind

Breast cancer screening today and in the future, Tomosynthesis as a screening tool - Solveig Hofvind, Head of the Norwegian Breast Cancer Screening Program, professor in radiography at Oslo and Akershus University College of Applied Sciences.

 
Prof. László Tabár
 

Prof. László Tabár

The challenges of dense breast tissue and the effective supplemental screening with 3D Automated Breast Ultrasound (ABUS) - László Tabár - M.D, Professor, F.A.C.R. (Hon), Falun Central Hospital, Sweden.

 
GEHC Invenia ABUS
 

Parallel Workshops

  • Interactive hands-on: Reviewing clinical ABUS cases
  • Live-scanning: Invenia™ ABUS
  • Interactive hands-on: Reviewing clinical DBT and CESM cases
  • Demo and hands-on: Personalized breast compression
 
Park Inn Oslo Airport
Personalized Breast Imaging Day will take place at Park Inn at Gardemoen Airport. The event is free of charge, but the participant will cover any related costs for travel and accommodation.
See directions   Link to the hotel
 
Register before November 5
Please fill in the registration form. We need your confirmation of attendance at latest
November 5.
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Personalized Screening – Different tests for different breasts
Mammography remains the main tool for population based screening with demonstrating effectiveness in reducing mortality rate. However, every breast is different. Using multimodality approach is playing a major role to meet the different risk profiles and types of women in screening.
Early cancer detection is saving lives.
 
 
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