Montreal 2014 - Early Detection Speech

Dr. Tabár recently presented as Guest Faculty at the VM Medical Center 20th Anniversary Breast Cancer Conference in Montréal, Quebec.

His recorded lecture explains the mechanism by which early detection and treatment affect the outcome of breast cancer. Successful mammography screening decreases the advanced cancer rate and leads to significantly decreased mortality from the disease.

The lecture discusses why early detection is not a controversial issue, it details topics such as over diagnosis, all cause mortality and declares that successful, high quality mammography screening is one of the major accomplishments in clinical cancer research during the past fifty years.





"I have listened three times and am crying! This is so needed. Thanks so much. This is the boost I so needed right now. Our numbers are falling and I have felt so discouraged by the administration at my hospital for not understanding the issues facing us. This is the sword of truth that only you are able to express for us. Many heartfelt thanks."
 - Dr. Sharon Helmer

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Multimodality Detection and Diagnosis of Breast Diseases

This course teaches the implications of mammography, breast MRI, hand-held and 3-dimensional automated breast ultrasound as well as interventional methods as part of the interdisciplinary team work. The mammographic, ultrasound, breast MRI and large section histology images of a wide range of breast diseases will be explained didactically, using the latest presentation technology tools in a unique presentation format.

MEI provides training and teaching on all aspects of breast imaging using the multimodality approach: mammography, breast ultraosund, tomosynthesis, breast MRI. Internationally reknowned Faculty teaches each of the imaging modalities.


For more details about the Multimodality Course, click HERE.


 

Hands-on Screening Course Overview

MEI offers a newly-designed Hands-on Screening Course (3-day). This course fulfills the following MQSA and ACR accreditation requirements:  

  • Interpretation/multi-reading of at least 240 mammograms under direct supervision of a qualified interpreting physician.
  • Initial qualifications for Full Field Digital mammography (FFDM) under MQSA
  • Instruction in the interpretation of mammograms and education in basic breast anatomy, pathology, physiology.
For a detailed description of the Screening Course, click HERE.

Hands-on screening at high quality viewing stations.
Hands-on screening at high-quality viewing stations