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3D Technology for Better Breast Cancer Detection
Hologic Inc. marked the start of Breast Cancer Awareness Month at the NASDAQ’s opening bell ceremony Monday. The traveling “Tomo” Coach offered close-up views of the state-of-the-art technology to those passing by in Times Square.

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Rob Cascella, President and CEO of Hologic, marks the start of Breast Cancer Awareness Month by presiding over the October 1st NASDAQ opening bell ceremony in New York City.

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The technologist workstation of the new 3D mammography technology inside Hologic’s “Tomo” Coach.

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The mammography x-ray unit where images are captured is seen from behind the workstation where the technologist is able to view scan results.

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Hologic’s Tomosynthesis mammography unit

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Two breast scans: The one on the left is a 2D scan and abnormalities can be seen only on face value. The scan on the right is 3D, and though looks less clear, abnormalities seen on the 2D scan can be pinpointed and more accurately detected and measured using the 3D image.

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Hologic’s 3D mammography center on wheels called the “Tomo” Coach stationed outside the NASDAQ in Times Square. The coach travels across the nation, allowing more women access to 3D mammogram technology.

3D Technology for Better Breast Cancer Detection

Hologic Inc. marked the start of Breast Cancer Awareness Month at the NASDAQ’s opening bell ceremony Monday. The traveling “Tomo” Coach offered close-up views of the state-of-the-art technology to those passing by in Times Square.

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