BLOG: Perspectives of a breast cancer researcher by Dr Honor Hugo
Lecture on breast density by A/Prof Wendy Ingman
Book a mammogram
Mammography remains the gold standard for breast cancer screening. The INFORMD alliance encourages women aged 50-74 years to have regular mammograms through BreastScreen services across Australia. They are free for women aged 40 and older. Click on your state below to find out how to make an appointment.
Get involved in breast cancer or breast density research
Register4 brings together researchers and people who share one common goal – to help deliver greater health benefits from cancer research faster.
Thelifepool Project will enable every woman to contribute precious drops of information into a secure ‘pool’ of data. This data will contribute to research improving women’s health. In particular, the research using this pool of data will look at better ways of screening for breast cancer, improve our understanding of how breast cancer develops and help find better ways of predicting a woman’s individual risk of developing breast cancer.
The TiBS Breast Density Study is a pilot study investigating a new technology for measuring breast density that is safe and easy for use in younger women. Women between the ages of 18 and 40 who live near Perth, Western Australia may be eligible to participate in the study.
For up-to-date information on breast density legislation in the U.S.A., visit Dense Breast Info