FDA approves new breast imaging technology

The U.S. regulator clears GE Heathcare's (GE) Invenia ABUS, a 3D ultrasound technology that enables clinicians to find ~36% more cancers in women with dense breast tissue. The system can scan in as little as 15 minutes using features that conform to a woman's body providing a more enhanced image.

Approximately 40% of women have dense breast tissue. They have a greater risk of developing breast cancer.

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  • U2A Ventures
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    Great job with this technology $GE!
    3 Jun 2014, 10:16 AM Reply Like
  • solite
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    maybe if this was available six years ago, Leslie would be alive and helping people to see the beauty in this day
    3 Jun 2014, 11:16 AM Reply Like
  • reurk
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    Leslie who
    3 Jun 2014, 11:21 AM Reply Like
  • donnugent
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    Fifteen minutes seems quite long for one scan of breast tissue. I would have thought a scan would take 1.5 minutes.
    3 Jun 2014, 11:33 AM Reply Like
  • bobknight33
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    I work as a Ultrasound Field service engineer for GE Healthcare and this is a great leap forward in woman's care. Fantastic product.
    3 Jun 2014, 03:24 PM Reply Like
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