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Question posed on Sri Lanka at the press conference at the UN in New York:Question: Okay. All right. I wanted to ask you a Sri Lanka question, while this grouping is still there. There’s a UN working group on enforced disappearances that’s visiting Sri Lanka, including northern Sri Lanka. But I wanted to… maybe this is not true, but the “Colombo Gazette” relate… says that families whose people have been disappeared, who met with UN working group, including the widow of Prageeth [Eknaligoda], the cartoonist, were told, quote, by the UN not to speak to the media about their discussions with the working group. It says “the UN.” So it’s… The New York office of UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon said it was unaware of instructions issued to the families of missing in Sri Lanka not to speak to the media on their meeting with the United Nations Working Group on Enforced or Involuntary Disappearances held this week.Stéphane Dujarric, Spokesman for the UN Secretary-General said, in response to a question posed at a press conference at the UN in New York, that he is not aware if any instructions had been issued by the UN office in Sri Lanka. Spokesman: I don’t… When journalists asked Sandhya Eknaligoda, the wife of missing journalist Prageeth Eknaligoda regarding a meeting she had two days ago with the UN Working Group on Enforced or Involuntary Disappearances at the UN office in Colombo, Eknaligoda said that she could not comment. Correspondent: Is there…Spokesman: You can ask our colleagues in Geneva, who kind of help back up these independent working groups, but it’s not something I can answer from here “I told them about by concerns. The meeting went well. They will announce their response next week,” she said.When asked by journalists who took part in the meeting, Eknaligoda refused to comment nor did she wish to state who in the UN told her not to speak to the media. (Colombo Gazette) She said that the the UN told her not to speak to the media and that the UN Working Group on Enforced or Involuntary Disappearances would brief the media next week.
Regarding freed Washington Post reporter Jason Rezaian, the UN Special Rapporteur on freedom of opinion and expression, David Kaye, said in a press release that: “For the past year and a half, Mr. Rezaian’s unlawful detention had come to symbolize the Iranian Government’s widening crackdown on speech and press freedoms in the country.” While welcoming his release, the UN expert underscored that Mr. Rezaian should not have been in prison in the first place since his prosecution was connected to his work as a journalist and freedom of expression. “The Government of Iran should protect those who exercise their freedom of expression, instead of prosecuting them,” Mr. Kaye stressed. “Dozens of Iranian journalists, bloggers and social media activists remain behind bars in Iran simply for exercising their legitimate rights of expressing views,” he added. Two other freed prisoners, Christian pastor Saeed Abedini – who was arrested in 2012 reportedly for activities related to home churches – and Amir Hekmati, were being prosecuted for espionage and other national security-related crimes in trials that fell short of international standards.The UN Special Rapporteur on freedom of religion or belief, Heiner Bielefeldt, reminded Iran of its responsibility to ensure that no one is prosecuted or detained because of their religious views or activities, including Christians of Muslim backgrounds. “While Iranian officials allowed pastor Abedini to board the plane and put this horrible ordeal behind him, they continue to hold dozens of Iranian Christians on vague and overly broad national security charges like ‘propaganda against the system.’ These detentions clearly violate not only Iran’s obligations under international law but their own constitution,” Mr. Bielefeldt noted. Ahmed Shaheed, the UN Special Rapporteur on the situation of human rights in Iran, praised the lifting of Iranian sanctions, which coincided with the prisoners’ release, and made a special appeal to the Iranian authorities “to spare no effort in addressing long-standing human rights concerns repeatedly raised by the UN human rights mechanisms, especially the alarming surge in executions this past year, increasing restrictions on freedom of expression and peaceful assemblies, women’s rights, discrimination against religious and ethnic minorities, and the ongoing prosecution of journalists, lawyers and human rights defenders.”Mr. Shaheed also renewed his call on Iran to engage constructively with his Human Rights Council mandate by allowing a visit to the country. Special Rapporteurs, who are not UN staff and are independent from any government or organization, are appointed by and report to the Geneva-based UN Human Rights Council.
Picture posed by model Source: Domestic abuse via Shutterstock The whole secrecy around it keeps the violence going. I didn’t tell many people, I was too ashamed.MARY (NOT HER real name) is a friendly, engaging mother of three. She has a job, brings up her children, and is engaged in volunteer work.She is also a survivor of domestic abuse. Mary spoke to TheJournal.ie about her experiences, in an effort to encourage women or men who are experiencing domestic violence to get help if they can, and for bystanders to do their bit to help.She wants to show that there is no ‘typical’ victim of domestic abuse, and no ‘typical’ abuser. Each person is individual, each has their own story, and so relying on stereotypes and assumptions can be harmful.Mary’s story“I am the eldest of seven. I had a very strict upbringing – a ‘life is hard’ mentality,” recalled Mary when asked about her childhood. Both Mary and her ex-partner are from middle-class families, with “hard working parents”.Brought up in a religious household, she is an abuse survivor and left the family home at the age of 17.When she met her ex-partner, he was “funny, charming, good-looking – the life and soul of the party, hard working, had many friends”.“I didn’t recognise the signs of abuse, because abuse had been part of my life,” she said. “Ifell hard for him – I thought I was the luckiest woman in the world when I was going out with him.”About 18 months into the relationship, they got engaged when she was pregnant with their first child. “There were no signs of abuse. He was just a normal bloke, with no signs of any abuse at beginning.” He was delighted to be a father. “This man was my life partner,” said Mary.First signs of abuseIt was when they moved in together that the initial signs of abuse appeared. At first, it was subtle verbal comments, said “in a jokey kind of way”.“He would tell me I was putting on weight even though I knew I hadn’t,” said Mary. “You second-guess yourself.”Then, her fiancé started to disappear for weekends.I’d be left at home alone. He’d switch his phone off. I’d be worried sick. I’d be questioning him about it – my reaction to what he would do would be to cry: ‘How can you do this to me?’ He’d laugh and tell me I was paranoid, that he was with his mates. I started to question my own sanity.Mary started to “try harder” at the relationship, making dinners, always making sure the house was clean, never complaining, “trying desperately to make a home”.But things continued. “He’d openly slag me in front of friends. He’d say ‘you know I could kill you’ – in a jokey way. It’s subtle. He accused me of cheating even though I was never out of the house without him.”Escalating to physical abuseThings changed again after the couple’s son was born. One night, in their son’s bedroom, the abuse turned physical.“He’d been out drinking. He came home two days later, leaving me with no money for nappies or milk. I was crying and asked him where he had been. He ran at me and put his hands around my neck. I couldn’t breathe and faked collapsing so he would let go. When I was on the ground, he kicked me in the side of the ribs. He told me to never question him again.”After this shocking event, Mary’s partner became remorseful. “He started crying and said he would never do it again,” she remembered. But he told her it was her fault.By this stage, his drinking had escalated, and alchoholism was an issue. “I believed him. I started looking at myself, trying harder. This was not the person I originally fell in love with,” said Mary.‘Why don’t you just leave?’When Mary hears people ask ‘why did they not leave?’ about people experiencing domestic abuse, she thinks of her own situation, and the cycles of violence.“There were episodes of peace and harmony after the violence. He would treat me welland help around the house.” There was confusion when this happened, but it was easy to carry on when things were good.“I’m wondering do people understand the confusion of all this?” asked Mary. “It’s not as simple as ‘why does she not leave’. It’s ‘why does he hit her?’ There was no provocation.”Frightened and aloneMary’s fiancé controlled the money within the home at all times.Things escalated again. One night, they were out together at a takeaway when she jokingly put some food down the back of his top.“He pulled my hair and pushed my face into the side of a table, and I got a black eye.”Some bystanders did challenge him on his behaviour, but he also threatened them, she said.That was the first public event of abuse. She was pregnant with their second child at the time.“I had to wear sunglasses out in public.”He told her he was sorry, and went and got a taxi home. She walked the three miles home.Again, he apologised for his behaviour, saying he was drunk and could not remember what had happened.Isolated from family“Looking back, I had become isolated from friends and family,” said Mary. “He became my primary focus, him and our kids.”She was later diagnosed with Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) over her experiences.Mary says that like other abuse victims, she was still in love with the man she first fell in love with. “You’re filtering it out,” she said of the abuse. “You’re in shock.”“I was believing that if I did A, B, C, D, it would become OK.”When she was giving birth to their second child, her partner told her to “hurry up as he was in a hurry”. Not long after she had given birth, he forced her to have sex with him.Breaking up – and getting back togetherAfter this, they split up. “It was a couple of weeks and then I took him back. Which is a pattern. He swore he’d change, he’d stop drinking, he was truly sorry. He would have fed me with [comments like] ‘no-one is going to want you. You’re damaged goods. You’re nothing without me’. He had a string of affairs behind my back. He would taunt me and laugh.”Although the violence had escalated, Mary fell pregnant with their third child, a daughter.She had been in touch with a refuge a number of times, particularly after one assault.At one stage, after she left her partner, she spent three months in a refuge. “It was very frightening. I felt like I had done something wrong, because I had to leave my home and I was there. And for my kids – they had to change schools.”Fear of being killed“It was always the fear that this person was going to kill me,” said Mary of the final years in the relationship. “This was a genuine fear.”He would tell her: “‘If you leave I will kill you’.”“The children were my concern,” said Mary. “In one episode he was screaming at my son and went to hit him. I lay on top of him to protect him and he started kicking the ribs off me.”I thought: ‘I have to get out of here.The night they leftThe night the family left their home, Mary’s partner had been drinking and arrived back at 1am. She had locked the door and he was “banging to get in”. She let him in: “I was scared.”“He started on me. I tried to get out of the house. My kids had woken up at this stage and they were crying. I lifted my youngest in my arms and we tried to run out the door. He was choking me. I could hear my child screaming. I managed to get out the door in the lashing rain. He was running after me and punching me in the head.”The focus didn’t go on me or my safety; the focus went on the children. Enough was enough. I knew if I don’t get out, either way I am going to die.Her neighbours “picked me up off the side of the road” and helped her and her children.Mary got an interim barring order, which she says her husband then broke. The gardaí “were brilliant”, she said.To get the barring order, she had to drive 50 miles to a garda station with a family member, who also took photos of her injuries. “I was terrified,” she said.It was the weekend and I had made a complaint to gardaí about the assault and the barring order was through an emergency court sitting because of the risk to my safety and my kids. The photos of my injuries (huge swelling in the back of my head, black eye, hand marks, bruises around my neck) were sent to the court but nothing happened after the case was adjourned, I never heard from the courts again“I had to wear wigs to court – I was so scared. I had a member of Women’s Aid with me, a court accompaniment,” she described.Mary said that in her experience, “family law is a joke” in Ireland. “I think the courts really need to support women more.”She also said she was not able to access counselling through the HSE for her children. She subsequently found it through another channel.Mary has undergone years of counselling herself. “I had to look at my role in this, how I ended up in this situation. I had to work on myself and learning the signs of abuse.Abusers aren’t all the sameMary said that there is “no specific” type of abuser. “It affects everybody. You don’t have to look too far. It is a power thing.”“If you try and stand up for yourselves, it is ‘shut up and get back there and say nothing’. With my childhood it was children are seen and not heard.”Today, she is not looking for a new partner. “I have three people to protect here. It’s not about me.”“The fairytale [relationship] we get in books it doesn’t exist,” said Mary. “Young women need to be educated more about relationships and not the whole fairytale.”AdviceIf you are reading this and going through similar experiences, Mary understands that you might not be able to pick up a phone easily.She advised people, if they can, to call Women’s Aid or get in touch with SAFE Ireland. “Get in touch – there is support out there,” she said.“Yes, I know there is a fear element to domestic violence. A lot of women are very frightened to even ask for the help they need. Some women physically can’t call, they’re monitored. Try and reach out and get help.”If you are a neighbour or friend of someone who needs help, Mary advised:Be there. Listen to them. Support them. Call the guards if you feel you hear something, because it will put a stop to it. The whole secrecy around it keeps the violence going. I didn’t tell many people, I was too ashamed.She also urges us “not to judge if you haven’t been in the situation – it’s easy to judge if you’re on the outside”.Need help? Here are some contacts:Safe Ireland website and National Freephone Helpline 1800341 900Download the Safe Ireland APPInformation on individual refuges in IrelandHelp for men experiencing domestic violence: Amen website and Helpline 046 9023718Read: Why some women have “little option” but to stay in a violent home>”
Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppTurks and Caicos, July 11, 2017 – Providenciales – Financial Crimes Detectives of the Royal Turks and Caicos Islands Police have arrested and charged a 72 year old man of Providenciales with 88 (eighty-eight) counts of Forgery, 88 (eighty-eight) counts of Uttering Forged Documents, One (1) count of Theft of a Chose in Action and one (1) count of use of Criminal Property in connection with a report made on 10th April 2017.These charges stem from a report that was made, whereby the male stole a large sum of money from an Association Body for which he represented. Investigation revealed that the offences were committed between March 2009 and December 2011. He is presently on Fifty Five Thousand Dollars (USD$55000.00) bail and will appear before the court later this month.Press Release: RTCIPF Related Items: Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp
Ukrainian soldiers drive APCs near Urzuf, south coast of Azov sea, eastern Ukraine on 29 November. Photo: APUkrainian officials on Friday barred Russian males between the ages of 16 and 60 from traveling to the country in the latest escalation of tensions between the neighbours.The long-simmering conflict bubbled over Sunday when Russian border guards rammed into and opened fired on three Ukrainian vessels near the Crimean Peninsula, which Moscow annexed in 2014. The vessels were trying to pass through the Kerch Strait on their way to the Sea of Azov. The Russians then captured the ships and their 24-member crew.The Ukrainian parliament on Monday adopted the president’s motion to impose martial law in the country for 30 days in the wake of the standoff.Petro Tsygykal, chief of the Ukrainian Border Guard Service, announced at a security meeting on Friday that all Russian males between 16 and 60 will be barred from traveling to the country while martial law is in place.President Petro Poroshenko told the meeting that the measures are taken “in order to prevent the Russian Federation from forming private armies” on Ukrainian soil.The announcement follows Thursday’s decision by U.S. President Donald Trump to scrap the much-anticipated meeting with Russian leader Vladimir Putin. Trump said it isn’t appropriate for him to meet with Putin since Russia hasn’t released the Ukrainian seamen.Russian government-appointed ombudswoman for Crimea told Russian news agencies that all the seamen have been transported from a detention centre in Crimea. The three commanders have been taken to Moscow, she said. It wasn’t immediately clear where the other 21 have been taken.A Crimea court earlier this week ruled to keep the Ukrainian seamen behind bars for two months pending the investigation.There has been growing hostility between Ukraine and Russia since Moscow’s annexation of the Crimean Peninsula from Ukraine in 2014. Russia has also supported separatists in Ukraine’s east with clandestine dispatches of troops and weapons. Fighting there has killed at least 10,000 people since 2014 but eased somewhat after a 2015 truce.
Share Dave FehlingPetrobras’s Pasadena Refining SystemA Brazilian-owned oil refinery near Houston has agreed to a $3.5 million settlement in an air pollution lawsuit brought by Texas environmental groups.Environment Texas and the Sierra Club’s Lone Star chapter had accused Pasadena Refining System, Inc. of repeatedly violating federal pollution limits over a five-year period. They claimed the refinery violated the Clean Air Act thousands of times, releasing sulfur dioxide, nitrogen oxide and other pollutants above hourly and annual limits. Pasadena Refining is a subsidiary of Brazil’s state-controlled oil company Petrobras.Under the settlement, which still has to be approved by a federal court, the refinery will install new pollution controls, strengthen its efforts to reduce flaring and avoid emission spikes during hurricanes, among other measures.The bulk of the fines the company will pay – $3,175,000 – will go to the Houston-Galveston Area Council for a “vehicle emission reduction fund” to help local governments and school districts purchase electric or hybrid vehicles.In a statement, Petrobras said the settlement is “in the best interest of all parties, and will provide a direct benefit to our community.”“Our priorities have always been on safety, and on reliable and efficient operations that comply with the company’s Commitment to Life Program as well as all local, state and federal regulations,” the company said. “Through this agreement, we commit to further improvements for the facility and its operations, both of which are part of our objectives.”The environmental groups described the settlement as a victory for communities near the refinery.“These so-called ‘emission events’ have released millions of pounds of illegal air pollution into surrounding neighborhoods,” said Neil Carman, head of the Texas Sierra Club’s clean air program.Brian Zabcik, with Environment Texas, said the settlement also includes stricter enforcement measures for future pollution.“If the plant does report any future emissions events that are above its limits, it will automatically be fined,” he said.Earlier this year, Petrobras announced plans to sell the Pasadena refinery after the facility became entangled in a broader corruption scandal involving the parent company, as the Houston Chronicle reported at the time:Petrobras, through a series of transactions starting in 2006, bought the refinery for $1.2 billion from the Belgian company Astra Oil, which, a year earlier, had paid only $42.5 million to acquire it.The huge appreciation led to an investigation by Brazilian regulators who found that Petrobras deliberately overpaid as part of a broader kickback scheme that benefited company employees, politicians, contractors and others. Brazil’s Federal Audit Court last year fined two former Petrobras executives millions of dollars for their role in the deal.Zabcik said the settlement will be binding for whoever purchases the Pasadena refinery from Petrobras.The settlement comes one day after the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality fined the refinery about $907,000 for separate air and water quality violations between 2011 and 2013.Last year, the environmental groups involved in the lawsuit won an almost $20 million penalty against oil giant ExxonMobil in a similar air pollution case, though the company is appealing that decision.Correction: a previous version of this story stated the groups involved in the Pasadena lawsuit reached a settlement last year with ExxonMobil in an air pollution case. That settlement was in fact with the Environmental Protection Agency, and was part of a separate case.
00:00 /56:36 X On Friday’s Houston Matters: Police in the Dominican Republic say 43-year-old Víctor Hugo Gómez, whose last known address was in Katy, is wanted in the mistaken shooting of former Red Sox star David Ortiz on June 9, 2019. Gómez, an associate of Mexico’s Gulf Cartel, was indicted in a major federal drug sting here in Houston back in March. We’ll discuss the latest development in this bizarre saga with Gabrielle Banks, who covers federal court for the Houston Chronicle.Then, News 88.7 energy and environment reporter Travis Bubenik will share details on the new Federal Action Plan to reduce childhood lead exposure.Also this hour: As heightened tensions between the U.S. and Iran rise, we learn from Rice University fellow Jim Krane about how U.S. interests would be ‘deeply undermined’ by a war with Iran. We discuss what the implications are for Greater Houston’s oil and gas industry. Plus: Our panel of non-experts weighs in on stories from the week’s news and decides if they’re good, bad, or ugly. And, Houston Public Media’s Catherine Lu chats with Mollie Haven Miller, executive director of Dance Source Houston, about the 5th Annual Barnstorm Dance Fest. We offer a daily podcast here, on iTunes, Stitcher and other podcasting apps. This article is part of the Houston Matters podcast Share To embed this piece of audio in your site, please use this code: Listen
The Roman Catholic church in Sri Lanka says it has asked the government to ensure that the country’s presidential election does not conflict with Pope Francis’ visit to the country early next year.While a date has not been set, the government has said it wants to hold an election sometime in January. Pope Francis is to arrive in the island nation on January 13.The Reverend Fernando, the spokesman for the pope’s visit, said on Monday the church has told the government that Pope Francis won’t visit a country during an election campaign, and that there should be enough time between a possible election and the visit. During his trip, Pope is scheduled to lead the canonization Mass for S Lanka’s first saint.
News | Ultrasound Women’s Health | July 11, 2019 FDA Clears Koios DS Breast 2.0 AI-based Software Koios Medical announced its second 510(k) clearance from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Image courtesy of Imago Systems News | Breast Imaging | August 02, 2019 Volpara to Distribute Screenpoint Medical’s Transpara AI Solution Volpara Solutions and ScreenPoint Medical BV signed an agreement under which Volpara will sell ScreenPoint’s Transpara… read more Qlarity Imaging’s software is used to assist radiologists in the assessment and characterization of breast lesions. Imaging features are synthesized by an artificial intelligence algorithm into a single value, the QI score, which is analyzed relative to a database of reference abnormalities with known ground truth. Image courtesy of Business Wire. Breast Cancer Surveillance Consortium StudyI am hopeful that a recent Breast Cancer Surveillance Consortium study concluding that breast density exceeds all other risk factors, including obesity, family history and later-in-life childbirth, will finally put an end to the fake news that is told all too often across this county to patients in the examining room that having dense breast tissue is no big deal.“The most significant finding in this study is the impact of breast density on development of breast cancer in the population,” said senior author Karla Kerlikowske, M.D., professor of medicine and of epidemiology and biostatistics in the UCSF Helen Diller Family Comprehensive Cancer Center. “We found that if breast density could be reduced by a single BI-RADS category, 13.4 percent of breast cancers in both pre-menopausal and post-menopausal women could be averted.”Currently, adjunct screening is not routinely recommended for women with no other risk factors other than being a female with dense breast tissue. As the greater majority of women who are diagnosed with breast cancer have no known risk factors, other than the possible risk of having dense breast tissue, this screening protocol of mammography alone makes no scientific sense.While the causal risk of having dense breast tissue is critically important, the more important fact is the standard protocol, a one-size-fits-all approach used for decades for breast screening, is placing women across the globe, who are already at risk of developing breast cancer, further at risk for a missed, delayed or advanced-stage cancer that conveys worse survival outcomes. The randomized controlled trials of mammography are conclusive that reducing advanced disease is associated with a reduction in death. While the detection of early breast cancer is the goal, to reduce mortality we must also demand and seek a corresponding reduction in advanced disease. This will not happen without revising the guidelines for screening the dense breasts, using different technologies in addition to mammography. Feature | Breast Density | July 05, 2017 | By Nancy M. Cappello, Ph.D. Fake News: Having Dense Breast Tissue is No Big Deal Early detection matters as cancers detected early have more treatment options and better survival outcomes News | PACS | August 09, 2019 Lake Medical Imaging Selects Infinitt for Multi-site RIS/PACS Infinitt North America will be implementing Infinitt RIS (radiology information system)/PACS (picture archiving and… read more News | Mammography | August 14, 2019 Imago Systems Announces Collaboration With Mayo Clinic for Breast Imaging Image visualization company Imago Systems announced it has signed a know-how license with Mayo Clinic. The multi-year… read more Feature | Artificial Intelligence | July 19, 2019 | Michal Chorev AI Models Predict Breast Cancer With Radiologist-level Accuracy Breast cancer is the global leading cause of cancer-related deaths in women, and the most commonly diagnosed cancer… read more Two decades of research on the masking risk of dense breast tissue by mammography screening is indisputable. As the density of the breast increases, the reliability of a mammogram to see, and in turn, detect breast cancer decreases. Additionally, since 1976, researchers have concluded that having dense breast tissue is also an independent risk factor for breast cancer. Unlike the masking risk, the extent of the causal risk of dense breast tissue has been fiercely debated in the literature and by healthcare professionals from having a slight, to moderate, to strong risk of developing breast cancer. Several studies conclude that having dense breast tissue is a larger risk than having a family history of the disease. According to the American Cancer Society, heterogeneously or extremely dense breast tissue (greater than 50 percent dense) confers a 2.1 to 4 times greater risk of breast cancer as compared to women with less dense breasts, similar to having one first-degree relative with breast cancer.Women with breast cancer and dense breast tissue are also at an increased risk of developing contralateral breast cancer, namely in the other breast, and are more likely to have interval cancer, described as cancers detected within 12 months after a “normal” mammogram. Interval cancers are more likely to be at a larger size when compared with screen detected cancer. Larger cancers are associated with node metastases and convey worse survival outcomes, even in light of recent advances in treatment.Map With Links to States With Breast Density Inform Laws IBM collected a dataset of 52,936 images from 13,234 women who underwent at least one mammogram between 2013 and 2017, and who had health records for at least one year prior to the mammogram. The algorithm was trained on 9,611 mammograms. Image courtesy of Radiology. Technology | Mammography Reporting Software | July 25, 2019 Hologic Partners With MagView to Develop Unifi EQUIP Solution Hologic announced a partnership with mammography information solutions provider MagView to develop Unifi EQUIP, an… read more News | Mammography Reporting Software | July 26, 2019 Ikonopedia Releases Automated Combined Reporting Package at AHRA Ikonopedia showcased its recently released Automated Combined Reporting package and its entire suite of structured… read more Technology | Breast Biopsy Systems | July 24, 2019 Fujifilm Releases Tomosynthesis Biopsy Option for Aspire Cristalle Mammography System Fujifilm Medical Systems U.S.A. Inc. recently expanded its breast imaging solutions with the launch of its… read more Related Content Silent No MoreThe real news is that the breast screening profession has been silent for years about the limitations of mammography in screening dense breasts and has not educated primary care physicians and patients about the impact of dense breast tissue on the reliability of the mammogram. Too many women, as I did, believe that being dutiful with yearly mammograms guarantees that, in the unlikely event of a breast cancer diagnosis, it will be at an early stage.It took the relentless determination of patient advocates, mostly advocating alone, who ignited the density reporting movement by connecting the decades of scientific studies with personal stories of advanced disease and death, and, in turn, cultivating legislators to expose the best-kept secret to patients through legislation.Across the globe patient advocates, modeling the United States’ grassroots density reporting movement, are exposing the impact of dense breast tissue in their respective countries, such as Australia, Canada, France and the United Kingdom.A current search in Pub Med revealed 3,027 publications on the causal and masking risk of dense breast tissue. The consumers of mammography screening, predominately women, do not need another study for policy makers to act now to develop consensus guidelines for screening patients with dense breast tissue as their only risk factor. Guidelines must include access to adjunct technology to mammography or a bold step to recommend biannual mammography with another technology in-between years or possibly a different technology altogether for screening women with dense breast tissue.The real news is that having dense breast tissue is a “big-league” deal for the development of cancer, in addition to the risk of having breast cancer diagnosed at a later stage, despite faithful mammography screenings. There is abundant evidence to finally change the standard protocol of breast screening for women with dense breast tissue, removing the barrier to an early diagnosis and, in turn, reducing death from this dream-stealing disease. Watch the VIDEO “Personalized Breast Screening and Breast Density,” an interview with the authro of this article Nancy Cappello at the 2017 AHRA annual meeting.Read the related article “The Debate Over Breast Density” Nancy M. Cappello, Ph.D. is director and founder of Are You Dense, Inc., and Are You Dense Advocacy, Inc., with a mission to educate the public about the risks and screening challenges of dense breast tissue to prevent missed, delayed and advanced-stage cancer, thus reducing mortality. She was the inspiration behind Connecticut’s first-in-the-nation density reporting law passed in 2009, making the state a global leader in density reporting, adjunct screening and the density reporting grassroots movement. More than half the states have since enacted density reporting laws, and a federal bill is pending. FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 Technology | Artificial Intelligence | July 18, 2019 Paragon Biosciences Launches Qlarity Imaging to Advance FDA-cleared AI Breast Cancer Diagnosis System Paragon Biosciences LLC announced the launch of its seventh portfolio company, Qlarity Imaging LLC, which was founded… read more News | Artificial Intelligence | August 13, 2019 Artificial Intelligence Could Yield More Accurate Breast Cancer Diagnoses University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) researchers have developed an artificial intelligence (AI) system that… read more read more
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Jairam Ramesh Randeep Surjewala and KC Venugopal While all those in the Core Committee have worked under the leadership of Sonia Gandhi those in the publicity and manifesto committees comprise old-timers as well as some fresh faces The 19-member Manifesto Committee comprises veterans like P Chidambaram former Haryana chief minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda former Union ministers Jairam Ramesh Salman Khurshid Shashi Tharoor and Kumari Selja besides former Meghalaya chief minister Mukul Sangma Neha Dhupia debuts baby bump on LFW ramp Actress Neha Dhupia who is expecting her first child with actor-husband Angad Bedi showed off her baby bump while walking for designer Payal Singhal at the ongoing Lakme Fashion Week (LFW) Winter/Festive 2018 in Mumbai Raipur: A journalist of national broadcaster Doordarshan who survived a Maoist strike in Chhattisgarh’s Dantewada district Tuesday said the sound of bullets and grenades continued for 45 minutes after the attack as he lay in a ditch on the roadside The DD scribe Dhiraj Kumar told PTI the horrific incident would never fade from his memory Kumar was lucky to have survived the attack but his cameraperson Achytanand Sahu (30) lost his life Along with lighting assistant Mormukut Sharma (35) they had recently arrived in the state for the coverage of the next month’s assembly polls Police said the attack took place near Nilawaya village around 450 km from state capital Raipur Over half a dozen districts including Dantewada are affected by Left-wing extremism in the state Site of the Maoist attack on Doordarshan crew in Dantewada Screenshot of video by 101 Reporters "We were in Dantewada for the last two days We were informed that a polling station had been set up in Nilawaya where people haven’t voted from the past 20 years following which we decided to go there on Tuesday" he said Kumar who has been working with DD since 2009 said they were heading to the village along with police personnel on around eight motorcycles "Ahead of Nilawaya at about 10 am Sahu was recording visuals on the road Meanwhile police personnel removed a Maoist poster put up on a tree branch Sahu who was making its visuals suddenly fell on the ground" he said Kumar said initially he thought Sahu had some problem but then moments later he realised that his colleague was bleeding "Suddenly heavy firing started from forest on the left side of the road" the 37-year-old said A native of Bihar’s Begusarai district Kumar said their motorcycle lost balance "Fortunately I fell and rolled in a ditch by the road My lighting assistant Sharma also crawled towards me" he said "For the next 45 minutes I just heard sounds of bullets and grenades There were about 200 Naxals Some grenades fell near us but thankfully they did not explode" he said "We were lucky that Dantewada Superintendent of Police Abhishek Pallav along with reinforcement reached there in a short span of time and pushed Naxals deep into the forest" he said Kumar said the incident had shocked DD reporters who were on assignment in other poll-bound states and they had decided to return to Delhi "Neither do we have social security nor any insurance Who will look after our families if we die All the reporters (of Doordarshan) who have been deputed in poll-bound states from Delhi have decided to return to the national capital" he said Kumar and Sharma will reach on Wednesday Sahu and two policemen Sub-Inspector Rudra Pratap Singh and Assistant Constable Manglu were killed and two other security personnel injured when Maoists attacked them near Nilawaya under Aranpur police station limits Deputy Inspector General (Anti-Naxal Operations) Sundarraj P told PTI the incident took place when a squad of local police was carrying out patrolling on motorcycles from Sameli camp towards Nilawaya The Naxalites have called upon voters to boycott the Assembly polls in the state which has 90 seats The first phase of polls covering 18 constituencies of eight Naxal-affected districts 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