January 9, 2011

TED: A tool that finds 3x more breast tumors, and why it's not available to you

I had a breast tumor detected in 2009 and as a cancer survivor I was delighted to hear about a tool that can help all women detect breast tumors more efficiently and less painfully than normal mamographies.
                                              Completely bald opening a gift

At the same time, it's shocking to see how little do politicians and other powerful men regard the health of women. You see,  the approval of a more efficient screener and less expensive machine can disturb the "pockets" of many powerful manufacterers.

This presentation by Dr. Deborah Rhodesis is both informative and important to ALL WOMEN. Let's hope it doesn't take ong (5 or more years) for us to have the possiblity of having this powerful tool to help us take care of our health.


Mr Jones said...

That's great to see how you have recovered, Ana Maria. In Sweden, doctors have become much more efficient in detecting breast cancer.
Thank you again for a very nice blog!

Ana Maria Menezes said...

Dear Mr. Jones,

Thank you for leaving a comment. I thank God every day for recovering and try to remember how important each little moment in my life is.

Gil Serafim said...

Olá Ana,
Conheci seu blog hoje e não preciso lhe dizer que adorei. Como você sou muito curiosa e estou sempre procurando novidades para meus alunos. Quero lhe agradecer por compartilhar suas ideias. Com certeza elas serão muito uteis em minhas aulas e também para muitos colegas. Desejo-lhe tudo de bom. Um grande abraço.

Mrs. MacConnell said...

So glad to hear you are well. My sister was diagnosed at age 37 - it will be 5 years tomorrow! Yay!!! She is doing well and is a stronger person for it. Thanks for sharing - so important!!
:) Caren