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  • Radiology in Public Focus

    Press releases were sent to the medical news media for the following articles appearing in a recent issue of Radiology.


    October 1, 2017

    Digital First

    Radiology-TEACHES Project Simulates Image Ordering Process

    MRI May Help Predict Cognitive Impairment in Professional Fighters

    Media Coverage of RSNA

    Radiology Aug 2016 cover

    In June, 1,032 RSNA-related news stories were tracked in the media. These stories reached an estimated 360 million people.
    Coverage included Today.com, Philly.com, WGN-AM (Chicago), HealthDay, The Arizona Republic, Drugs.com, Health.com, ScienceDaily, MedPage Today, Auntminnie.com, Diagnostic Imaging, DOTmed Business News and Medical Imaging.

    Read coverage of RSNA in these media:

    October Public Information Activities Focus on Breast Cancer Awareness

    In recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness Month in October, RSNA is distributing public service announcements (PSAs) that focus on the importance of screening and the symptoms, risk factors and possible treatment options related to breast cancer.

    Breast Cancer Screening Content on RadiologyInfo.org

    October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. It’s the time of year when pink awareness ribbons become more visible, charity walk/run events take place and public service announcements about breast cancer awareness are aired. Join the fight against breast cancer by directing your patients to RadiologyInfo.org to learn about the different types of breast cancer screening such as mammography, breast ultrasound and breast MRI.







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