More Questions on Density Disclosure
CMAJ Article Questions Effectiveness of Density Disclosure
An article in the Canadian Medical Association Journal (CMAJ), “Breast density disclosure may do more harm than good,” drew powerful responses from Dr. Paula Gordon, DB-I Medical Advisory Board member and Volunteer Advisor for Dense Breasts Canada, and Dr. Martin Yaffe, Research Scientist at University of Toronto, Ontario Institute for Cancer Research. DB-I applauds them both for their responses that effectively highlights the implications of dense breasts and addresses concerns about the need for women to be aware of their density status.
2019 Website Analytics
In 2019 the U.S. DB-I website had 214,000 visits, an 18% increase from 2018. We are on track for a 20% increase in visits for 2020. Our increased emphasis on social media was also effective, as we saw substantial growth in Facebook (63%), Twitter (33%) and LinkedIn (118%). Our thanks to all Supporters and Advisors for helping increase awareness of this educational resource.