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Continuation of newsletter No. 1:

How to reduce premature cancer deaths and costs THROUGH INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGY FOR EARLY CANCER DETECTION. Continue reading

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A realistic proposal for a Medical Imaging device, the 3D-CBS (3-D Complete Body Screening) with characteristics of a low radiation level and higher sensitivity providing better information for the early detection of cancer.

A realistic proposal. With an extensive scientific documentation, and as evidenced by the testimonials of several world top experts in the field, the proposal herein presented is ready for the production of a prototype device based on an improved version of PET (Positron Emission Tomography) with characteristics of a low radiation level and higher sensitivity providing better information for the early detection of cancer. To achieve this it is necessary that those who make decisions on the projects to be funded must change their mindset, and not fund those more popular and/or advertised but those that show solid scientific arguments that have the highest potential to achieve what they claim.
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Our Mission is…To significantly reduce premature cancer deaths and cost achievable by promoting a different attitude of the institutions involved in the financing of projects so that the choice is made through a dialogue between presenters of projects who must describe the advantages and disadvantages, and verify the expected cost-effectiveness and benefits. All of them must be adequately documented in a public forum, where reviewers are required to provide scientific arguments of their choice.We believe, because the data on hand about cancer deaths are still too high and health care systems too expensive, that the creation of an effective tool for early detection is the key goal we should reach as soon as possible.Several projects are presented as the most effective in early detection, however not all of them allow for a breakthrough improvement with details that can be observed and not all are low in radiation released in the body.

Since the criteria for the selection of projects to be financed is not fully transparent and not clearly expressed, we ask for a more ethical and responsible attitude on the part of both funding agencies and developers of projects.

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Established in 2008, on the initiative of the research scientist Dario Crosetto, and with the support of the foundation, “United to End Cancer” was created from the need to know the innovative aspects of the invention so as to enable its implementation, then make it available to the public for early diagnosis.

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