News | November 02, 2006

Global Television Learning Series Features Sectra

The IT and medical technology company Sectra and its Breast Imaging PACS is being featured on “The Global Learning Series”, an education-focused, issue oriented program distributed to public television stations nationwide in the U.S.
"Understanding Women’s Health" will be shot at The Elizabeth Wende Breast Clinic in Rochester, NY and distributed in the spring to public television stations as well as airing on several cable television stations throughout the U.S. and on Voice of America globally. The program will educate viewers on important issues and advances regarding mammography management.
“We are honored to work together with Sectra as partners to educate the global medical and patient communities with this emotionally and visually compelling story. The program will explore the issues, and advances in managing vital information to prevent and manage breast cancer, the second leading cause of death in women,” commented John McGuire, senior producer of Programming for “The Global Learning Series.”
Sectra Breast Imaging PACS is a full-scale PACS, which allows radiologists to perform reading of images productively and securely without compromising diagnostic quality or patient integrity.

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