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QVIEW PRESS RELEASES

[QView WHITE PAPER]

  • QView Artificial Intelligence Technology and its potential impact on Breast Cancer Screening and a clear path to saving many more lives.  Download White Paper

QView Medical Inc. Announces - Nov. 15 2018

  • QVIEW MEDICAL SHOWCASES FDA APPROVED QVCAD, FIRST AI SYSTEM FOR CONCURRENT READING OF ABUS EXAMS AT RSNA Completes First Joint Installation with Invenia™ ABUS from GE Healthcare Press Release

QView Medical Inc. Announces - Dec. 22 2017

  • FDA PMA Approval for QVCAD™ for the GE Invenia™ 3D Automated Breast Ultrasound System (“ABUS”) Press Release

FDA PMA Approval for QView CAD

  • The Center for Devices and Radiological Health (CDRH) of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has completed its review of your premarket approval application (PMA) for the QVCAD System. FDA.Gov 

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Breast Cancer Information and Articles 

Breast Density & Cancer Risks

 

Computer Aided Detection (CAD)

  • Screening Mammography with Computer-aided Detection (Freer, et al : September 2001 Radiology, 220, 781-786) - Radiology

  • Impact of Breast Density on Computer-Aided Detection for Breast Cancer (Brem, et al :AJR. 2005;184:439-444) - AJR

  • Wikipedia CAD overview - Wiki

  • ImageChecker CAD by Hologic/R2 -  Hologic

 

International

  • Breast Cancer in Asia (Yip : Methods Mol Biol. 2009;471:51-64.) - MMB

  • Incidence and mortality of breast cancer in China, 2008 (Chen, et al.Thoracic Cancer, 4: 59–65.) - Thoracic Cancer 

  • Breast cancer to become top cancer for Chinese women (China Daily Online, Mar 12, 2012) - China Daily

  • Epidemiology of Breast Cancer in Korea (Yoo, et al. J Korean Med Sci 2002; 17: 1-6) - JKMS

  • Epidemiology of Breast Cancer in Japan and the US (Saika, et al. JMAJ 52(1): 39–44, 2009) - JMAJ

  • The Increase of Female Breast Cancer Incidence in Japan (Minami, et al. Int. J. Cancer: 108, 901–906 (2004) - IJC

  • Breast cancer incidence and case fatality among 4.7 million women in relation to social and ethnic background (Beiki, et al. Breast Cancer Research 2012, 14:R5) - BCR