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WoMMeN – where’s the evidence for using social media?

Here we’re showcasing some of the research and academia by the WoMMeN team that goes on in the background so that we can provide you with a well-informed website – come take a look! You’ve visited the site, you’ve seen the team, you’ve looked at all the wonderful stuff we’ve collected along the way –[…]

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Searching for more breast cancer screening research?

So, if you’re here you’re looking for answers – and here I am with more pointers to find clinical trials, or research, that is going on around mammograms and breast cancer screening. Mammograms are used across the world as the primary method of imaging the breast, taking a detailed picture of the internal breast anatomy[…]

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Finding breast screening research just got easier with WoMMeN

OK, so the WoMMeN team like to keep abreast of the situation, as it were, and we like to keep up-to-date with new developments in breast screening techniques, research and ideas. But how easy is it to find all this on the Internet? Well, we’ve just tried to make it a little easier for you[…]

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Patient’s perspective in WoMMeN

Essential: The Patient’s Perspective We’ve found that the most rewarding aspects of working on the WoMMeN project is learning about mammography from a patient’s perspective. We’ve done this through chats on a closed Facebook Design Group but also by having patients form part of the project group. There’s a great blog from Liz Morton who’s[…]