ThermoBreast: World Cancer Day 2024

For World Cancer Day, the ThermoBreast project would like to make its contribution to recognising this day and the need in the global effort to fight cancer. As an EU-funded initiative, we are determined to make a difference!

In our project, we are harnessing the power of thermography, a non-invasive and radiation-free imaging technique, to detect early signs of breast cancer. Our aim is to support clinics and healthcare professionals in providing more accurate and personalised diagnoses for patients, leading to improved treatment outcomes. On this World Cancer Day, we want to spread hope and motivation to those affected by this disease. We want to remind everyone that early detection of cancer is crucial. Through our project, we are dedicated to educating individuals about the importance of regular check-ups and self-examinations.

ThermoBreast is proud to be a part of the EU Mission on Cancer cluster, as we believe that collaboration is key in the battle against cancer. That’s why our participation in the “Prevention and early detection (Screening)” cluster is so important to us. Being a part of it allows us to join forces with six other amazing initiatives, such as MammoScreenLUCIAONCOSCREENDIOPTRASANGUINE, PANCAID, in the field of cancer research to accelerate progress and ultimately win the battle against this devastating disease.

We also want to express our gratitude to the European Union and European Commission for their support in making the ThermoBreast project possible. With their help, we are able to bridge the gap between healthcare and technology, paving the way for a more advanced and effective approach to improved breast cancer screening. Let us stand together on this World Cancer Day, united in our determination to beat this disease. Let us continue to raise awareness, educate and support each other.

Watch the video below and learn more about the “Prevention and early detection (Screening)” cluster and our joint effort!

The video was created by the DIOPTRA Project.
Follow the link to learn more about the “Prevention and early detection (Screening)” cluster.