Video from ECR 2017: Dr. Fiona Gilbert on Brexit & breast screening

March 1, 2017

VIENNA - The U.K.'s planned exit from the European Union poses a grave threat to the future of imaging research. That's the view of Dr. Fiona Gilbert, professor and head of radiology at the University of Cambridge. In advance of her honorary lecture on Saturday, she also speaks about the persistent controversies in breast cancer screening and the growing potential of digital breast tomosynthesis.

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Dr. Fiona Gilbert discusses the threat that the U.K.'s Brexit poses to imaging and also the controversies in breast cancer screening.

Video produced by Christof. G. Pelz I GRAFIFANT Creation. Grafik. Photo I www.grafifant.at

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