Did you know 4 in 10 U.S. women have dense breast tissue, which can camouflage cancerous tumors in mammograms. Luckily, our new imaging tech, ABUS, combats this issue, by making cancerous tumors easier to . Ask your doctor if you’re part of the 40% & visit http://invent.ge/BreastDensity to learn more about breast density and its impact on cancer risk. #CancerCantHide #EmojiScience
In a mammogram, white tumors on white dense breast tissue can be like trying to the emoji that doesn't belong. That’s where our Automated Breast Ultrasound (ABUS) technology comes in. It makes cancer appear clearly against the tissue, like ◾️ on ◽. http://invent.ge/BreastDensity #EmojiScience #CancerCantHide
Just because October’s over, doesn’t mean the fight against breast cancer is. Did you know tumors can hide within dense breast tissue, making them harder to see in mammograms? It’s a bit like trying to find in a sea of emoji. But fear not! Meet ABUS our new imaging tech that helps doctors hidden tumors within dense breast tissue, which means #CancerCantHide. http://invent.ge/BreastDensity #EmojiScience
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