RESTON, VA., may 10, 2011,/PRNewswire-USNewswire/— many of the world's top breast imaging experts will gather in San Antonio may 18-21 for the society of Breast Imaging 10th postgraduate studies and biennial meeting to be held at the Grand Hyatt San Antonio. Seventy eight top experts will take part in more than 40 workshops and sessions focused screening of breast cancer and breast MRI, risk assessment, advanced technologies and a multidisciplinary approach to diagnosis and treatment of disease of the breast.
"Mammography helped reduce the death rate of breast cancer in this country by almost a third since 1990, but must continue to improve in screening techniques and our approach to breast cancer care overall. In European countries such as Denmark and Sweden, where crawlers is organized, has cut the rate of breast cancer death almost in half over the last 20 years. While we still can save a substantial number of women through mammography and other diagnostic techniques, many more breast cancer deaths can be avoided if you select more women get annual mammograms to age 40 and if we continue to improve and enhance the medical approach to combat this deadly disease, "said Phil Evans, MD, President of the society of Breast Imaging.