Kolkata: A lady cop was allegedly assaulted by a woman when she intervened to quell a dispute between a house owner and tenant inside Haridevpur police station on Wednesday evening. The woman involved in the act was arrested by the police.The woman, Baisakhi Singh, had submitted a petition to the effect that her landlord is directing her to vacate the tenanted room. She claimed that the landlord Goutam Koley owed her Rs 14,000 but the latter has been refusing to refund the amount to her. Also Read – Bengal family worships Muslim girl as Goddess Durga in Kumari PujaOfficers from Haridevpur police station summoned the landlord for examination on Wednesday evening. He informed the investigating officer on duty that the woman’s (Baisakhi Singh) brother Rajib Bhuian was actually his tenant and not Singh. The police then asked the woman to call up her brother Rajib, but she refused to do so. She suddenly got annoyed and went on harping on the fact that she required the money immediately. Amidst the talks to pacify her in the investigating officer’s room she became very violent and started screaming at the top of her voice. A lady police who was at that time on duty at the police station rushed to the room and tried to calm down the woman. Also Read – Bengal civic volunteer dies in road mishap on national highwayBut the woman became furious and hit the lady police for which the latter was admitted at Bangur Hospital. She was released soon after treatment. Singh was arrested on the basis of a complaint lodged by the lady cop. It was only a month back when an unruly mob had unleashed violence at the Tollygunge police station by beating up a number of police personnel to protest the arrest of a Chetla youth arrested for creating public nuisance.
Haliburton Highland OPP say a 40-year-old Waterford man drowned at Three Brothers Falls in Minden Hills last Friday.Police said in a news release that the man and an eight-year-old girl were in a kayak that capsized.“The female made it safely to shore and the male failed to resurface,” police said.The man was pulled from the water by emergency personnel and pronounced dead.Police said the man and girl were not wearing life-jackets.Several calls were made to the Haliburton Highland detachment this week but police provided no additional details.Minden Hills is a township in Haliburton County.
by The Associated Press Posted Sep 18, 2012 10:48 am MDT New smartphone sales numbers from research firm IDC show BlackBerry lagging far behind Android and Apple devices in global second-quarter sales.Android and Apple dominate in smartphones, with 85 per cent of the worldwide market combined in the quarter.Blackberry devices, meanwhile, came a distant third with 4.8 per cent of the market, compared to 11.5 per cent a year earlier.Waterloo, Ont.-based Research In Motion, once Canada’s high-tech heavyweight, has been working to turn around its operations as consumers switch to iPhones and smartphones running the Android operating system.The company’s future success rides on the unveiling of its BlackBerry 10 operating system and new phone.But BB10 has suffered two major delays that have pushed its debut into early 2013, while Apple’s new iPhone hits store this Friday.LG Electronics says its Optimus G Android smartphone will launch next week in South Korea.Other companies making Android devices include Samsung Electronics Co., HTC Corp. and Motorola Mobility, which Google now owns.Here are IDC’s figures for worldwide smartphone unit sales and market share in the second quarter of 2012, by operating system.— Android (Google Inc.) — 104.8 million units, 68.1 per cent share (46.9 per cent a year earlier)— iOS (Apple Inc.’s iPhone) — 26.0 million units, 16.9 per cent share (18.8 per cent a year earlier)— BlackBerry (Research in Motion Ltd.) — 7.4 million units, 4.8 per cent share (11.5 per cent a year earlier)— Symbian (mostly used by Nokia Corp.) — 6.8 million units, 4.4 per cent share (16.9 per cent a year earlier)— Windows (Microsoft Corp.) — 5.4 million units, 3.5 per cent share (2.3 per cent a year earlier)— Linux — 3.5 million units, 2.3 per cent share (3.0 per cent a year earlier)— Others — 0.1 million units, 0.1 per cent share (0.5 per cent a year earlier)Source: IDC. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email BlackBerry lagging far behind Android, Apple devices in global sales: IDC
“Further escalation of violence will only serve the agendas of those who see military means as the only way forward, at the expense of the Syrian people who have suffered enough already,” Mr. Ban’s spokesperson said in a statement.Mr. Ban has spoken out against the use of so-called “barrel bombs” – oil drums filled with explosives and shrapnel and dropped by aircraft – which he said are adding “yet another appalling dimension to the fighting.”“All parties to the conflict must adhere to international humanitarian and human rights law,” said today’s statement. “All civilians must be protected in any situation.”Well over 100,000 people have already been killed in Syria and 8 million driven from their homes, with 2 million of them seeking refuge in neighbouring countries, since the conflict first erupted in March 2011.Preparations are underway for the international conference in which the Syrian Government and the opposition will officially meet for the first time to discuss peace efforts. The conference, due to start in Montreux on 22 January 2014 and then continue in Geneva, is led by Joint Special Representative of the UN and the League of Arab States for Syria, Lakhdar Brahimi, and counterparts from the United States and Russia, with participants from more than 30 countries. The goal of the so-called “Geneva II” conference is to achieve a political solution to the conflict through a comprehensive agreement between the Government and the opposition for the full implementation of the Geneva communiqué, adopted after the first international meeting on the issue on 30 June 2012, which called for the creation of a transitional government that would lead to holding elections.Mr. Ban today reiterated his support for the talks, urging everyone involved in the fighting to “work immediately on reducing the levels of violence and focusing instead on a peaceful, political solution to the conflict.”He also appealed for all people detained and abducted as a result of the conflict to be freed, and for an end to the sieges, as well as humanitarian access to those in need.
Senior defenseman Sara Schmitt controls the puck during an exhibition game against Western Ontario Sept. 28 at the OSU Ice Rink. OSU tied Western Ontario 2-2 in overtime.Credit: Melissa Prax / Lantern photographerAfter falling in the first matchup of a two-game set, the Ohio State women’s hockey team dispatched St. Cloud State University in shutout fashion Saturday afternoon.Ohio State improved their record to 5-3-0 (3-3-0) after having a week off between games. St. Cloud State is now 3-3-1 (2-1-1) this season.On Saturday, both teams took the ice for the first period with strong defensive plays. OSU freshman goalie Kassidy Sauve saved all four shot attempts by the Huskies and SCSU junior goalie Katie Fitzgerald was credited with 10 saves in the opening period.Freshman forward Lauren Spring scored her first collegiate goal to put the Buckeyes in the lead to open the scoring in the second period.Spring was posted in front of the net and scored her goal on a rebound off of senior defenseman Kari Schmitt’s slap shot.Although SCSU outshot Ohio State in the second period, the Buckeyes ended the period with a 1-0 lead.Senior defenseman Sara Schmitt did her part to seal the win in the third period, adding two goals to the board for OSU. The Buckeye captain netted her first goal off a pass from twin sister Kari Schmitt. Her second goal was scored on an empty net. The Buckeyes outshot the Huskies, 28-18, overall.The first game of the series didn’t end as favorably for the Buckeyes.OSU fell to SCSU, 4-2, Friday before picking up the shutout to end the series. Coach Nate Handrahan said he wasn’t happy with the outcome.“We mentality didn’t execute, we made some mistakes and they capitalized on us,” he said.The Buckeyes started off strong by scoring two goals back-to-back from junior forwards Julia McKinnon and Melani Moylan.The Huskies scored three times in the second to take a 3-2 lead into the final period. The SCSU finished the game with an empty net goal, bringing the final score to 4-2.Offensively the Buckeyes had the advantage as they outshot the Huskies, 45-19.“Although it feels like, ‘hey, we carried some play and carried some momentum,’ we still didn’t execute on the offensive side either,” Handrahan said.OSU is scheduled to hit the road for a two-game series with Minnesota State in Mankato, Minn. Games are scheduled for Friday and Saturday at 7:07 p.m. and 2:07 p.m., respectively.
Updated 23.10MINISTER FOR CHILDREN Frances Fitzgerald has confirmed that National Director of Children and Family Services Gordon Jeyes will head up the HSE’s review of the two cases this week in which Roma children were taken into care.The cases, in which a 7-year-old girl in Tallaght and a 2-year-old boy in Athlone, were removed from their families by gardaí under childcare legislation, generated international headlines. The two incidents came in the wake of another high-profile case last week, in which a blonde child was found living with a Roma family in Greece.In a statement this afternoon, the Children’s Minister highlights that gardaí are entitled to take such action under Section 12 of the Child Care Act 1991, when they have: “reasonable grounds for believing that there is an immediate and serious risk to the health or welfare of a child”.She says “the use of Section 12 is a power of the Gardaí which is used in very particular circumstances. It is, by its nature, an exceptionally used power to secure the safety of children.“Along with my colleague, the Minister for Justice, I believe that we must examine the evidence that was used to guide the decision making leading to the removal of the children from these families so that all aspects of the intervention are examined.” Justice Minister Alan Shatter confirmed this morning that a Garda report on the cases was also being compiled, and said he expected it to be completed within two weeks.Speaking to RTÉ’s Morning Ireland Shatter said that the “international backdrop” of the case in Greece may have had “some undue influence in the decisions that were made” in the two Irish cases.Once completed, the Garda and HSE reviews will be handed to Ombudsman for Children Emily Logan for her consideration.A spokesperson for Pavee Point, which represents the Traveller and Roma communities in Ireland, welcomed the responses by the two ministers, but said there a problem with the plans announced as it would “be a case of an authority investigating itself”.“We believe the Children’s Ombudsman is best placed to lead the report,” Siobhan Curran, co-ordinator of the Pavee Point Roma Project told TheJournal.ie.Minister Fitzgerald said she had also asked Jeyes to “ensure that all possible supports are made available to the families from statutory or voluntary groups should they wish to avail of them”.First published 12.43amRead: Shatter: Greece case may have had ‘some undue influence’ on Roma child removalsRead: Pavee Point calls for full independent review into Roma child cases
THE FUNERALS OF two Irish students who died in Belgium are due to take place later this week.Dace Zarina and Sara Gibadlo died in a fire in their college accommodation in Leuven.Both Irish nationals, they will be laid to rest in their familys’ home countries, Zarina in Latvia and Gibadlo in Poland.The college also intends to hold a memorial service for the two students once funeral arrangements have been finalised.A book of condolences has been opened at GMIT’s Galway campus.Eight other students escaped last Friday’s blaze in accommodation associated with the Leuven Institute for Ireland in Europe.The two women had commenced a 30-week Erasmus work placement in January.‘Devastated’ Their fellow students were said to be ‘devastated’ by the loss of two ‘very popular classmates’.It was initially thought that safety checks had not been carried out on the building.However, the college later issued a statement to confirm that it complied with all necessary fire safety regulations.Background: Two Irish students die in blaze at college accommodation in Leuven >More: Fellow students devastated by loss of two ‘very popular classmates’ >
Israeli soldier sentenced to 18 months for shooting dead injured Palestinian A video of the shooting was shared widely online. Short URL By AFP http://jrnl.ie/3250543 Share38 Tweet Email AN ISRAELI MILITARY court has sentenced a soldier to 18 months in prison for shooting dead an injured Palestinian assailant.Judge Maya Heller handed down the sentence a month after Elor Azaria, 21, was found guilty of manslaughter for killing Abdul Fatah al-Sharif as he lay on the ground in the southern occupied West Bank in March last year.Prosecutors had demanded a three to five year sentence but the panel of three judges decided such a punishment would be too severe.Heller said they had taken into account mitigating factors including the “harm suffered by his family” and the fact he was in “hostile territory” when the shooting occurred.She added, however, that he had not expressed remorse for his actions. Image: Ariel Schalit Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article 15,465 Views Feb 21st 2017, 11:51 AM Sergeant Elor Azaria inside an Israeli military court in Tel Aviv. Image: Ariel Schalit Sergeant Elor Azaria inside an Israeli military court in Tel Aviv. Supporters of Israeli army medic Elor Azaria hold his photo and shout slogans outside the Israeli military court in Tel Aviv, Israel. Source: AP/Press Association ImagesThe March 2016 shooting in the occupied West Bank city of Hebron was caught on video by a rights group and spread widely online.It showed Sharif, 21, lying on the ground, shot along with another Palestinian after stabbing and wounding a soldier, according to the army.Azaria then shoots him again in the head without any apparent provocation.He has already spent 10 months in detention at an Israeli military base and it was not immediately clear if today’s sentence includes time served.In January, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyaju had said he favoured a pardon for Azaria.“This has been a hard and painful day for us all. first and foremost for Elor and his family,” Netanyahu wrote on his Facebook page.“I support giving a pardon to Elor Azaria,” he added.- © AFP, 2017Read: Netanyahu wants pardon for Israeli soldier in manslaughter case> Tuesday 21 Feb 2017, 11:51 AM 100 Comments
By Sulayman BahOmar Colley may yet switch domestic clubs again three months after joining Genk of Belgium with English Premier League’s Everton reportedly keeping an eye on the Gambia international, Foroyaa Sport can report.The Toffees are stuffed with quality players and were tipped to chase for a top-four slot on the back of an impressive start to the season. However worries are beginning to beset the club after they conceded seven goals in their last three fixtures triggering public scrutiny of the side’s floppy defence setup.Thirteen fixtures have gone with Everton perched at seventh in the standings. Dutch tactician Ronald Koeman –extolled at start of the campaign as the man to turnaround the club’s fortunes – is being piled with pressure and knows, with the quality at his disposal, anything short of a top-four finish would, at best, be considered a fiasco in his first spell as club manager.There is still chance of quick of fix and such an overhaul must start with providing seal to a defence that has massively stuttered on the heel of Johnstones departure to Manchester United’s noisy neighbor, City.And aware of possibility of the hiccup spiralling out of control, consolidating that backline top Koeman’s priorities and the Dutch man has already notified the club’s ubiquitous scouting network to get down to work. Possible transfer targets have been lined up with Club Brugge’s Stefano Denswil and Standard Leige’s Alexander Scholz whirling on Everton’s radar.For any deals to be sanctioned, the English club would require to coup up in excess of € 11m. Gambia national team captain Omar Colley carrying such a hefty price tagging with Genk’s asking price of €5m a much more reasonable fee. But Koeman could face stiff rivalry for the ex-Wallidan man with Southampton also keeping tabs on the Scorpion.There have been reports of a switch to the Bundesliga amid enquiries from Hertha Berlin, Koln or even Hoffenheim but Colley’s preference for the English Premier League could tip the balance in Everton or Southampton’s favour.
Employee Benefits Live 2017: Building merchant organisation Travis Perkins and recruitment organisation Hays have tailored their respective financial wellbeing communications in order to engage their differing workforces.Travis Perkins has centred its financial wellbeing communications on established health and safety messages, which its employees readily engage with. A large number of Travis Perkins’ 30,000 employees work as lorry drivers or forklift operators, so health and safety messages are a key aspect of its organisational culture, said Paul Nelson, group head of reward at Travis Perkins.Speaking in a session titled ‘The financial wellbeing journey’ at Employee Benefits Live 2017, Nelson explained that the organisation intentionally uses similar language across its health and safety messages and financial wellbeing messages, as this is easily relatable to staff and helps the business’ focus on financial health permeate through to all employees.“That helps us to land and to communicate to our managers in a way that really gets them [clear in their minds about] financial wellbeing,” he said.Travis Perkins also links conversations around financial health to employees’ life events, such as marriage or the birth of a child. This helps employees to put financial issues into context for their own lives.“What we’ve found is that the way to trigger discussions, advice and guidance is to hook it into those life events, so instead of talking to our [employees]about investments and ways to save, [we] can talk about [if the employee is] just about to get married what are the things they might want to consider?” he said. “[If the employee is] having their first child, what might they want to consider? When do [employees need to] start thinking about [their] retirement? What provisions do [they] need because maybe [they’ll] need some care for parents and relatives.”Information on financial wellbeing is primarily available via Travis Perkins’ benefits portal, My Perks. The organisation also uses targeted campaigns centred around financial health, as well as reward champions within the business to help promote these messages. In addition, the organisation has an active Google Plus community of employees, which it also uses to share ideas and messages.Recruitment business Hays, which has 3,500 employees in the UK, also uses a range of communication methods to promote its financial benefits to staff and support employees’ financial health. The financial benefits the organisation provides include an employee loan scheme, as well as short, medium and long-term savings products and protection benefits.Speaking in the same session, Rosemary Lemon (pictured), group head of reward at Hays, said: “Communication is really key. I’m a really strong advocate of trying to make benefits come alive and have stories. Yes, they’re there to attract employees, yes people expect it through market practice but they also have to mean something to people.”Hays’ communication strategy includes cascading information through HR leaders, as well as giving managers information packs that they can use to inform their teams about benefits. It also holds on-site sessions for staff to promote the financial benefits available. Previous sessions have been based on a baking theme, for example, using different cakes alongside cake and baking-related puns that were linked to savings to help to make the messages more fun and memorable.The organisation also tailors messages to specific generations in the workforce, such as its millennial population. “I think it’s only now that [organisations] are starting to nurture employees, and there’s been a real concern among [organisations] about giving people advice or interfering with people’s personal circumstances, but really this is a win-win,” she said. “[Employers] don’t want employees coming to work being concerned and worried about things outside of work. If [employers] have healthy, happy employees, they’re going to be far more productive, and far more engaged with the [organisation]. Nurturing leads to growth.”
(PhysOrg.com) — HP’s mysterious new smartphone entrants have just been revealed. The HP Voice Messenger will sell for €399 ($532) on November 5th and the Data Messenger will be selling for €499 ($665) on November 22nd. The two models will be available either SIM-free through HP resellers, or with a wireless contract through Vodafone Europe-wide. Citation: HP Reveals Their Ipaq Data Manager & Voice Messenger Smartphones (2008, October 21) retrieved 18 August 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2008-10-hp-reveals-ipaq-voice-messenger.html This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only. HP Unveils iPAQ 500 Smartphone Explore further The HP Ipaq Data Manager smartphone is a Windows Mobile 6.1 Professional device which features a slide-out keyboard, 2.8 inch QVGA screen, WiFi, Bluetooth, Quadband GSM, Tri-band 7.2 Mbps HSDPA (European bands), HSUPA, A-GPS and a 3.1 Megapixel camera with LED flash. There is also 128 MB RAM and 256 MB ROM, supports microSD expansion and comes with a 1140 mAh battery.The Data Manager smartphone is 160g and 5.7 x 1.74 x 11.4 cm, and has a 2.5mm headphone jack. The phone is bundled with Opera Mobile, Google maps mobile and comes with a 30 Day Trial of Webraska Turn-by-Turn Navigation.The HP Ipaq Voice Messenger has similar specs to the Data Manager, but instead of the slide-out keyboard it has a 20 key suretype-style keyboard. The non-touchscreen Windows Mobile 6.1 Standard device has a 2.4 inch QVGA screen. The connectivity and GPS is the same, but the device is much lighter at 107 g and measures 5.0 x 1.36 x 11.4 cm. This smartphone comes with a larger 1260 mAh Lithium-Polymer battery.Both smartphones feature micro-USB ports for synchronization and a new optical sensor that replaces the five-way navigator key common to many phone designs. You navigate through the menus by just gliding your thumb over the disk, and tapping it when you want to select something.Both models have a power saving mode that minimizes power consumption if the battery charge level starts to get low while the user is out on the road. HP said that the iPaq Voice Messenger is aimed at users that want a phone for voice calls first, but who may also need to receive emails while on the go.
News | PACS | August 09, 2019 Lake Medical Imaging Selects Infinitt for Multi-site RIS/PACS Infinitt North America will be implementing Infinitt RIS (radiology information system)/PACS (picture archiving and… read more Feature | Artificial Intelligence | July 19, 2019 | Michal Chorev AI Models Predict Breast Cancer With Radiologist-level Accuracy Breast cancer is the global leading cause of cancer-related deaths in women, and the most commonly diagnosed cancer… read more Technology | Breast Biopsy Systems | July 24, 2019 Fujifilm Releases Tomosynthesis Biopsy Option for Aspire Cristalle Mammography System Fujifilm Medical Systems U.S.A. Inc. recently expanded its breast imaging solutions with the launch of its… read more Qlarity Imaging’s software is used to assist radiologists in the assessment and characterization of breast lesions. Imaging features are synthesized by an artificial intelligence algorithm into a single value, the QI score, which is analyzed relative to a database of reference abnormalities with known ground truth. Image courtesy of Business Wire. News | Mammography | August 14, 2019 Imago Systems Announces Collaboration With Mayo Clinic for Breast Imaging Image visualization company Imago Systems announced it has signed a know-how license with Mayo Clinic. The multi-year… read more Related Content Feature | July 08, 2013 | JoAnn Pushkin Breast Density Inform: 2013 and Beyond The time has come for national standardized breast density notification News | Breast Imaging | August 02, 2019 Volpara to Distribute Screenpoint Medical’s Transpara AI Solution Volpara Solutions and ScreenPoint Medical BV signed an agreement under which Volpara will sell ScreenPoint’s Transpara… read more News | Mammography Reporting Software | July 26, 2019 Ikonopedia Releases Automated Combined Reporting Package at AHRA Ikonopedia showcased its recently released Automated Combined Reporting package and its entire suite of structured… read more News | Artificial Intelligence | August 13, 2019 Artificial Intelligence Could Yield More Accurate Breast Cancer Diagnoses University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) researchers have developed an artificial intelligence (AI) system that… read more Four short years after the nation’s first Breast Density Inform law was fought for and enacted in Connecticut, the grassroots movement by patient advocates has resulted in a tidal wave of legislation that shows no signs of abating. As of this writing, 11 states now have mandatory Breast Density Inform legislation: Connecticut, Texas, Virginia, New York, California, Hawaii, Maryland, Tennessee, Alabama, Nevada and Oregon. The 2013 state legislative sessions gave rise to 19 new bills, meaning half of the country now either has or has drafted breast density notification legislation.Legislative efforts have been bolstered by research confirming breast density’s masking effect on mammography and the more recent acceptance of breast density, in and of itself, as an independent risk factor for the development of breast cancer. On point, the American Cancer Society’s publication, “Breast Cancer Facts and Figures 2011-2012,” cites breast density as a greater relative risk factor than having two first-degree relatives who have had the disease. This past March, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention followed suit adding “breast density” to its list of “Risk Factors” for the development of breast cancer, and Susan G. Komen’s Breast Cancer Risk Factors Table now links “high breast density” with a “strong increase in risk” of breast cancer.Breast Density a Relevant ConsiderationWomen with dense breasts are more likely to get breast cancer and more likely to have that cancer missed on a mammogram; a life-threatening double whammy. Further, research published in 2011 by Jack Cuzick et al. found that women on tamoxifen who experienced a reduction in breast density of at least 10 percent had a 63 percent reduction in breast cancer risk, while women who experienced less than a 10 percent reduction in density did not experience a reduction in risk. It would appear that breast density is a relevant consideration at every step of a woman’s breast health surveillance — from screening through treatment.In light of these developments, it is not surprising that breast density is a frequent fixture in the news: from a specific modality’s ability to detect cancers in dense breasts, to new software that quantifies breast density; and from news that specific survival may be associated with a decrease in breast density, to research as to why dense breasts predispose to metastasis. As this information filters into the public consciousness, and as women become more aware of the inherent risks of dense tissue, the patient chorus for density notification has gained great support — and for good reason. It is clear that additional cancers will be found if women with dense breasts are sent for supplemental screening. The 21-center ACRIN 6666 trial, led by Wendie Berg, M.D., Ph.D., professor of radiology at University of Pittsburgh, Magee-Womens Hospital, funded by the National Cancer Institute (NCI) and Avon, and published in JAMA in 2012, demonstrated that adding breast ultrasound to mammography in women with dense breasts increased cancer detection by 5.3 per 1,000 women in the first year, and 3.7 per 1,000 women each year thereafter. Ninety-four percent of cancers found only with ultrasound were invasive, and 96 percent of those were node-negative. With mammography, it is known that the detection of node-negative invasive cancer can save lives; ultrasound screening is expected to have similar benefit, but this is not known. Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) was far more sensitive than even combined mammography and ultrasound, identifying another 15 cancers per 1,000 women screened in a substudy. Such results validated many single-center trials of ultrasound and both single-center and multicenter experience in high-risk screening MRI.Studies conducted in Connecticut after the enactment of the state’s Breast Density Inform law in 2009 corroborate the benefit of supplemental ultrasound screening in normal risk women with dense tissue and negative mammograms. One study states, “Recently, two Connecticut-based groups published the first post-legislation outcome studies, which both demonstrated that ultrasound screening in women with dense breasts detected an additional 3.2–3.25 breast cancers per 1,000 women, double the number found with mammogram alone.” When Connecticut’s supplemental ultrasound find rate is applied to the screening population in my own state, New York, it is estimated that annually at least 2,500 women with dense breasts leave their mammograms being told all is “normal/negative,” but actually having invasive breast cancer that would be found if these women were sent for screening ultrasound examinations. Nationally this extrapolates to an estimated 40,000 women per year. The Right to be InformedIn 2010, a Harris Interactive poll found that 95 percent of women did not know their own breast density; however growing public awareness about breast density and Breast Density Inform laws is changing that. There is no shortage of women who were not told of their own breast density, no shortage of women with cancers found at a later stage than necessary due to tumors obscured behind dense tissue and no shortage of women seeking change. The most comprehensive Breast Density Inform laws have been enacted in New York, California, Hawaii, Tennessee, Alabama and Virginia (whose 2012 law was amended in 2013). Based on the American College of Radiology’s own suggested “density notification” letter, women receiving notification in these states are told in clear unambiguous language that their breasts are dense. It states dense breasts are not abnormal but can interfere with the effectiveness of their mammogram, may be associated with an increased risk for breast cancer and refer them to their doctor to discuss risk factors and the benefit of further screening. These letters, designed to raise awareness and complement a conversation with their doctors, give women a starting point for discussion and self-advocacy. Though some Breast Density Inform laws are more similar than others, there is no consistent inform language utilized by states that enact laws. Furthermore, each additional state drafting legislation promulgates its own bill language. Bill variations run the gamut from who gets the density notification (sometimes all women, sometimes only those with dense tissue), varying degrees of notification (“You HAVE dense breasts” vs. “IF you have dense breasts” vs. “Your mammogram indicates you MAY have dense breasts”), varying specificity about supplemental screening (sometimes ultrasound and MRI are mentioned, sometimes the generic term “more screening” is used), to inconsistent mention of density as an independent risk factor for breast cancer development. Uniform and Standardized Regulation for MammographyEvery state that drafts a bill adds a potential new variation to the mix. As a result, women living in neighboring states may get very different density notifications. This inconsistency in mammography result reporting is precisely what the Federal Mammography Quality Standards Act (MQSA) was designed to prevent. The goal of the MQSA is to ensure uniform and standardized regulation for mammography and for mammography reporting, to “improve quality and seek excellence while giving women the information they need to make better-informed healthcare decisions.” Clearly, a national requirement for standardized breast density notification is necessary to rectify this growing inequity and it would seem best accomplished through a MQSA directive. With the goal of universal breast density notification for all women, after state level efforts on New York’s bill, I pursued initiatives at the federal level. Efforts for an MQSA amendment to require inclusion of breast density information in the patient “lay” letter as well as a federal bill were initiated in 2010; the latter of which, the Breast Density and Mammography Reporting Act, had 45 co-sponsors last Congress and is scheduled for a 2013 reintroduction to the House. National Standardized NotificationU.S. women, no matter which state they call home, deserve to be equally informed about their own breast density and its inherent risks. To date this charge has been led in state efforts by cancer fighters and survivors who learned the risks of their breast density too late. An MQSA amendment to require the inclusion of breast density notification in both the patient “lay” letter as well as the report to referring physicians is necessary. The time has come for national standardized breast density notification.JoAnn Pushkin is a two-time breast cancer survivor and Breast Density Inform advocate. She is co-founder of D.E.N.S.E. (Density Education National Survivors’ Effort) and founder of D.E.N.S.E. NY. You can contact her at Dense-NY@optonline.net (link sends e-mail).References1. Ala., Fla., Ga., Hawaii, Iowa, Ill., Ind., Mass., Md., Mich., N.C., N.J., Nev., Ohio, Ore., Pa., S.C., Tenn., Va. (amendment)2. Cuzick, Jack, et al. “Tamoxifen-Induced Reduction in Mammographic Density and Breast Cancer Risk Reduction: A Nested Case-Control Study.” J Natl Cancer Inst 2011; doi: 10.1093/jnci/djr079.3. Brower, Vicki. “Breast Density Legislation Fueling Controversy.” J Natl Cancer Inst 2013; doi: 10.1093/jnci/djt086. First published online: March 22, 2013.4. U.S. Food and Drug Administration. Mammography Quality Standards Act and Program. www.fda.gov/radiation-emittingproducts/mammographyqualitystandardsactand…. Accessed June 3, 2013. FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 Technology | Artificial Intelligence | July 18, 2019 Paragon Biosciences Launches Qlarity Imaging to Advance FDA-cleared AI Breast Cancer Diagnosis System Paragon Biosciences LLC announced the launch of its seventh portfolio company, Qlarity Imaging LLC, which was founded… read more Technology | Mammography Reporting Software | July 25, 2019 Hologic Partners With MagView to Develop Unifi EQUIP Solution Hologic announced a partnership with mammography information solutions provider MagView to develop Unifi EQUIP, an… read more read more News | Ultrasound Women’s Health | July 11, 2019 FDA Clears Koios DS Breast 2.0 AI-based Software Koios Medical announced its second 510(k) clearance from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Image courtesy of Imago Systems IBM collected a dataset of 52,936 images from 13,234 women who underwent at least one mammogram between 2013 and 2017, and who had health records for at least one year prior to the mammogram. 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