Improved imaging to make breast cancer screening more accurate

 New Melbourne research has created sharper and more detailed images of mammograms that will improve breast cancer screening.

New Melbourne research has created sharper and more detailed images of mammograms that will improve breast cancer screening.

BREAST screening is on track to become more accurate and safer, through Melbourne research creating sharper and more detailed images.

While current mammography struggles to detect small changes to the breast, especially in dense tissue, the Australian Synchrotron is preparing for the first in-human clinical trials to improve the detection of breast cancers down to the millimetre.