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Artificial intelligence set to assist breast screening in Ireland

Artificial intelligence technology is set to support breast cancer screening in Ireland. The Mia (Mammography Intelligent Assessment) tool uses cutting-edge AI technology to support radiologists examining breast images. It assists radiologists in the process of reading mammograms, acting as an independent “second reader” of the images. Developed by UK-based applied science company Kheiron Medical Technologies, […]

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Revive Active Supporting Breast Cancer Ireland

Breast Cancer Ireland are delighted to receive this amazing support from Revive Active. Revive Active hosted a very successful fundraising drive over the festive period, raising €53,000. 100% of all proceeds generated will support Breast Cancer Ireland’s ongoing and pioneering research efforts nationally. Pictured: Founder & MD of Revive Active, Mr Daithi O Connor, CEO of […]

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Breast Cancer Treatment: Research, Development and Game Changers

Professor Arnie Hill speaks to Sylvia Thompson of The Irish Times about the advances of breast cancer treatment in the past ten years. Prof Arnie Hill, breast cancer surgeon and head of the medical school at The Royal College of Surgeons for Ireland, jokes that many women with breast cancer could almost have a degree […]

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