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Breast Cancer Debate - Cancer Knowledge Network

Breast cancer researchers from different parts of the world have commented on the current "debate" on breast cancer screening.  These articles appeared on  Cancer Knowledge Network (Prod...
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Letter to the Editor - Annals of Internal Medicine

Two members of the Swedish Organized Screening Evaluation Group, Professor Tony H-H Chen from Taiwan University and Professor Stephen W. Duffy from London University, have written and published the f...
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The So-Called “Debate” Over Breast Cancer Screening is Not a True Debate

Instead, it is an unequal confrontation between the scientists who have access to the individual patient-based data and also have the expertise needed to evaluate the data, and those who have strong...
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2017 Courses Open for Registration - Scottsdale, Arizona

Mammography Education, Inc. is happy to announce three courses for our 2017 Schedule. These courses will be Combination Multimodality/Screening 5-Day Conferences in Scottsdale, Arizona at the Scot...
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Breast Cancer: The Power of Early Detection

Dr. Tabár talks about the significance of mammography and the recommended age for screening in this interview for InBusiness - Health & Fitness .  
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UAE Women Too Shy to go for Breast Cancer Screening?

Dr. Tabár was recently interviewed about the lack of demand from women in the UAE for early detection of breast cancer. You can read the article in the Khaleej Times by clicking on the i...
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The Truth Always Comes Out — Sooner or Later

We congratulate the authors of The Lancet mammography screening article proving the beneficial effect of early detection on women in their 40s. Although there is no biologic reason why early dete...
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Dr. Tabár - Follow Up to CNBSS Study

Unfortunately, the 25-year follow-up results of the worst mammography screening trial ever carried out, the Canadian National Breast Cancer Screening Study (CNBSS) was published by Miller et al in th...
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Dr. Tabár Comments on Most Recent Anti-Screening Attacks by the Royal Society of Medicine and JAMA

Dr. Tabár was recently asked by Ms. Rebekah Moan, a reporter for the European AuntMinnie.com, to comment on one of the most recent anti-screening attacks published by the Royal Society of M...
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2016 Courses Announced

Mammography Education, Inc. is happy to announce three courses for our 2016 Schedule. These courses will be Combination Multimodality/Screening 5-Day Conferences in Scottsdale, Arizona at the Scot...
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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