41,000 people die of breast cancer each year.
For Jenna Schabdach, a PhD Candidate at the University of Pittsburgh, that’s unacceptable.
Schabdach’s work shows the importance of informatics in improving breast cancer screening methods, so we can better identify breast cancer in women with dense, scarred or complex breast tissue.
Why Informatics? So, we can save the tatas (and lives) from breast cancer.