Volpara Awarded New FDA Clearance for Automated Breast Density Assessment Correlating to BI-RADS 5th Edition Categories

WELLINGTON, New Zealand, November 9, 2015 – Volpara Solutions, the leading provider of automated breast density assessment and quantitative breast imaging tools, announced today that it has received a new...

Dutch Researchers Compare BI-RADS 5th Edition Breast Density Scores to Automated Volumetric Breast Density in a Clinical Setting

Volpara Density Grades from Volpara Solutions Showed Substantial Agreement with Visual BI-RADS 5th Edition Scores

Volpara Solutions Announces 3-Year Contract with Premier for its Industry Leading Breast Density Assessment and Analytics Tools

Thousands of Premier Members to Have Access to Preferred Pricing for VolparaDensity and Volpara’s Full Suite of Quantitative Breast Imaging Tools

UVA Researchers Demonstrate High Precision of Automated Volumetric Breast Density

With Lower Variability than Area-Based Methods, Volumetric Density Well Suited for Inclusion in Breast Cancer Risk Models, According to Study Featured in RADIOLOGY

VolparaDensity Used to Guide Patient Selection in First Breast MRI Screening Trial for Women with Extremely Dense Breasts

VolparaDensity Used to Guide Patient Selection in First Breast MRI Screening Trial for Women with Extremely Dense Breasts Design of Randomized-Controlled DENSE Trial Featured in RADIOLOGY

Volpara Solutions Adds Medical Imaging Veteran John Pavlidis to Board of Directors

Bolsters Commercial Team with Deep Sales and Marketing Experience in the United States and Worldwide

Research Finds Volpara Tools Help Reduce Subjectivity in Density Assessment and Improve Breast Cancer Risk Prediction

Ten Abstracts Accepted for Presentation at ECR Demonstrate Value of Automated Breast Density and Analytics Data to Help Maintain Accuracy and Consistent Quality in Breast Screening

Study Published in European Journal of Radiology Demonstrates Mammography Quality and Patient Experience Could be Standardized Using Pressure

VolparaAnalytics from Volpara Solutions Used to Compare Force, Pressure, Volumetric Density and Mammographic Dose between US and Dutch Patient Populations

Study Published in Journal of the National Cancer Institute Demonstrates High Heritability of Volumetric Breast Density

Karolinska Institute Researchers use Volpara Solutions’ Volumetric Breast Density Software to Validate Genetic Relationship between Density and Breast Cancer Risk

Volpara Solutions Signs Agreement with GE Healthcare

Volpara’s Volumetric Breast Density and Quantitative Breast Imaging Solutions to Support Screening and Supplemental Breast Imaging Modalities

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