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URPrecious 3D Breast Ultrasound combines state-of-the-art, FDA-approved ultrasound breast imaging with a relaxing setting to detect cancer. It's the type of self-care experience you deserve.

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Did you get this letter in the mail?

If yes, then this automated 3D breast Ultrasound could save your life!

Your mammogram indicates that you have dense breast tissue. Dense breast tissue is common and is found in fifty per cent of women. However, dense breast tissue can make it more difficult to detect cancers in the breast by mammography and may also be associated with an increased risk of breast cancer. This information is being provided to raise your awareness and to encourage you to discuss with your health care providers your dense breast tissue and other breast cancer risk factors. Together, you and your physician can decide if additional screening options are right for you. A report of your results was sent to your physician.

FDA National Mandatory
Breast Density Reporting Standard

Patients must be sent one of two Federal density notification statements (' not dense' or 'dense') and the mammogram report sent to the referring providers must include an assessment of patient's breast density

Invenia ABUS GE with AI-QVCAD looks further into the breast tissue, where mammogram may not be able to due to dense breast!

Mammograms alone may not be enough to find Breast cancer in dense breast tissue. The Invenia ABUS 2.0 supplemental exam helps increase breast cancer detection in women with dense breasts.

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How Ultrasound With AI Could Improve Breast Cancer Screening for Up to 40% of Women

Donna Dunn has always been good about getting her annual mammogram, especially since her husband died almost 10 years ago from a heart attack, leaving her as her adult daughter’s sole support.
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