Navigation Links
Fujifilm and the National Breast Cancer Foundation Provide Free Mammograms as Part of Images of Health Campaign
Date:5/7/2008

a leading provider of diagnostic imaging products and network systems to meet the needs of healthcare facilities today and well into the future. Fujifilm's broad array of products -- including film processing equipment, digital x-ray systems, women's imaging solutions and Synapse(R) PACS and image and information management systems -- offer clinically-proven solutions for acquiring, processing, presenting, managing and storing radiological images in a variety of healthcare environments. FUJIFILM Medical Systems USA is headquartered in Stamford, CT. More information is available at http://www.fujimed.com .

About the National Breast Cancer Foundation

The National Breast Cancer Foundation, headquartered in Dallas, Texas, is a non-profit, charitable foundation whose mission is to save lives by providing access to free and low-cost mammograms for those with limited resources, increased awareness through continuing education programs, and hope-inspired support programs. For details about NBCF, please visit http://www.nationalbreastcancer.org .

About the American-Italian Cancer Foundation

The American-Italian Cancer Foundation's Free Mobile Mammography Program educates New York City-area women and provides free mammograms and clinical breast exams on its mobile mammography vans. This vital program reaches women located in all five boroughs of NYC and select areas of Long Island and Westchester.

Since 1987 the American-Italian Cancer Foundation's Free Mobile Mammography Program has reached more than 83,000 women with information about the importance of early detection of breast cancer and has provided free mammograms and clinical breast exams to 55,300 women. Of these women, 221 have been diagnosed with breast cancer and referred for treatment.

About Hunter College

Hunter College, located in the heart of bustlin
'/>"/>

SOURCE FUJIFILM Medical Systems USA, Inc.
Copyright©2008 PR Newswire.
All rights reserved

Page: 1 2 3 4

Related biology technology :

1. Dancing With the Stars Drew Lachey and Novo Nordisk Launch Dancin to Change Diabetes National Video Contest
2. MedImmune Fortifies Strategic Scientific Portfolio Management and International Leadership With New Executive Appointments
3. MINRAD International, Inc. Announces $40.0 Million Private Placement
4. National Cancer Registrars Association and IMPAC Medical Systems Announce Best Paper Award Recipients
5. Statement from Lighthouse International About the Study on Gene Therapy Concerning Lebers Congenital Amaurosis
6. Abbott Annual Meeting Highlights Outstanding 2007 Results, International Growth and Near-Term Pipeline
7. China Yingxia International, Inc. Acquires Grocery Chain and Online Distribution Network
8. AANS/CNS and BrainLAB Announce Winner of 2008 International Research Fellowship
9. PEAT International Commissions Plasma-Based Waste Treatment Facility Designed Specifically for Onsite Waste Processing
10. Quest PharmaTech Receives Support from National Research Councils Industrial Research Assistance Program (NRC-IRAP) to develop Ultrasound Technology for the Treatment of Cancer
11. Story tips from the Department of Energys Oak Ridge National Laboratory, March 2008
Post Your Comments:
*Name:
*Comment:
*Email:
(Date:4/27/2015)... , Alemania, April 27, 2015 ... nuevo receptor utilizando tecnología de descubrimiento de biomarcador computacional  ... el tratamiento de millones de pacientes con cáncer   ... ha recibido una patente en Europa titulada "Tissue Protective ... Molecular Health de que EPHB4 es un nuevo receptor ...
(Date:4/27/2015)... 2015 Dr. Robert Hanzlik, whose groundbreaking ... carries implications for advancing the creation of safer pharmaceuticals, ... National University , the second-largest private, nonprofit university in ... a professor at the University of Kansas School of ... starts at 5 p.m. and takes place at National ...
(Date:4/27/2015)... April 27, 2015  Edico Genome today announced ... from Harvard and Stanford Universities showed the DRAGEN™ ... sequence with 300x depth of coverage by tenfold, ... 60 hours with standard software. "Processing ... especially for individual research and clinical labs, in ...
(Date:4/27/2015)... 2015 Deadly viruses such as Ebola ... of the University City Science Center's Port ... , With a $4.5 million Phase 2 SBIR grant ... Phelix Therapeutics is focused on therapies for unmet ... company is developing first-in-class protease inhibitors based on a ...
Breaking Biology Technology:Molecular Health obtiene la patente para un nuevo receptor 2Molecular Health obtiene la patente para un nuevo receptor 3Dr. Robert Hanzlik Discusses Pharmaceutical Testing Models at Event Hosted by National University 2Dr. Robert Hanzlik Discusses Pharmaceutical Testing Models at Event Hosted by National University 3Edico Genome, in Collaboration with Researchers from Harvard and Stanford Universities, Speeds Analysis of Whole Genome Sequence with 300x Depth of Coverage Tenfold 2Edico Genome, in Collaboration with Researchers from Harvard and Stanford Universities, Speeds Analysis of Whole Genome Sequence with 300x Depth of Coverage Tenfold 3New Resident of Science Center’s Port Business Incubator Targets SARS and Ebola 2
... Cephalon, Inc., (Nasdaq: CEPH ) will hold a public ... late Chairman and CEO on February 1, 2011, at 6:00 p.m. ... Pennsylvania. Dr. Baldino founded Cephalon in 1987 and ... the top ten biotechnology companies in the world. He was a ...
... SHANGHAI, Jan. 24, 2011 /PRNewswire-Asia-FirstCall/ -- China-Biotics, Inc. ("China-Biotics" ... leading developer, manufacturer and distributor of probiotics products in ... 2011 third quarter ended December 31, 2010. ... between $32 million and $33 million compared with $23 ...
... Jan. 24, 2011 RRD International, a strategy-driven biotech ... has entered into a partnership with the National Institutes ... (TRND) program as a regulatory support and development partner. ... focus on two rare disease drug development projects: Hereditary ...
Cached Biology Technology:Cephalon to Hold Public Memorial Service to Celebrate the Life of Company Founder, Frank Baldino, Jr., Ph.D. 2China-Biotics, Inc. Provides Preliminary FY2011Third Quarter Revenue 2China-Biotics, Inc. Provides Preliminary FY2011Third Quarter Revenue 3RRD Selected as Development Partner for NIH Therapeutics for Rare and Neglected Diseases Program 2RRD Selected as Development Partner for NIH Therapeutics for Rare and Neglected Diseases Program 3
(Date:4/13/2015)... -- higi, a leading cloud-based consumer engagement platform that provides ... their communities around health and wellness, announced today the ... ... convenient vehicle to receive validated health information from consumers. ... API will allow higi,s trusted partners, on a user ...
(Date:4/2/2015)... 2015 In the current ... outperforms the strongest competitors, showing outstanding performance in ... system is capable of a throughput of 5.000.000 ... to be ten times faster than most competitors ...      (Photo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20150402/738673-a ) ...
(Date:4/1/2015)... April 1, 2015   Medisafe ™, the leading ... across iOS and Android smartphones ... biofeedback into the platform to allow patients to track ... the first time, patients will be able to visualize ... impacts important biometrics, such as glucose levels and blood ...
Breaking Biology News(10 mins):higi Launches Seamless Access to HIPAA-Compliant Health Outcomes and Activity Data 2higi Launches Seamless Access to HIPAA-Compliant Health Outcomes and Activity Data 3DERMALOG AFIS Emerges as Performance Winner in NIST Benchmark Test 2DERMALOG AFIS Emerges as Performance Winner in NIST Benchmark Test 3Medisafe Announces Launch of Biometric Integration, Enabling Patients to Stay Adherent to Their Meds and See Tangible Health Results 2
... release is available in German . , In ... immune system must be able to recognize myriad different foreign ... Institute of Immunobiology and the Centre for Biological Signalling Studies ... immune system,s B-cells can be activated by numerous substances from ...
... know about smoking, diet, exercise and available methods ... approximately half of all cancers nationwide. ... will host its Ninth Annual International Conference on ... Convention Center, located in Philadelphia. Thousands of scientists ...
... new study from North Carolina State University finds that fish ... than fish that live much further away. The surprising finding ... selenium, found near such facilities, which unfortunately poses problems of ... at least 30 kilometers (km) from a coal-fired power plant ...
Cached Biology News:One lock, many keys 2Study: Fish near coal-fired power plants have lower levels of mercury 2