MEDIA ROOM

Below is a small sample of the media coverage describing my work, research and publications:

The Cancer Risk Factor You've Probably Never Heard of

October 2011

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"DENSE BREASTS MAY NEED SONOGRAMS TO DETECT CANCER"
A STUDY OF 11,300 WOMEN WITH 246 CANCERS ''A SENSITIVITY OF 48 PERCENT FOR MAMMOGRAPHY IN WOMEN WITH THE DENSEST BREASTS IS UNACCEPTABLE,'' DR. KOLB SAID

 September 19, 2002

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THE LATEST MAMMOGRAM CONTROVERSY: MANY WOMEN AREN'T TOLD THEIR BREAST TYPE WHICH MAY CLOUD CANCER SCREENING; MORE STATES CONSIDER NOTIFICATION LAWS

A DILEMMA IN THE SEARCH FOR BREAST CANCER
DOCTORS ARE DIVIDED ABOUT HOW BEST TO SCAN "DENSE" BREASTS. A LOOK AT THE OPTIONS.

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April 4, 2016

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ULTRASOUNDS MAY CUT BREAST CANCER DEATHS, STUDY FINDS: REPORTS OF ERALIEST STUDY SHOW ENORMOUS INCREASE IN CANCER DETECTION BY ADDING ULTRASOUND "MAMMOGRAPHY ONLY 55 PERCENT EFFECTIVE WITH WOMEN WHO HAVE SO-CALLED DENSE BREASTS

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IMPORTANT FACTS EVERY YOUNG WOMAN SHOULD KNOW ABOUT BREAST CANCER; IT'S ALSO HARDER TO SPOT CANCER IN YOUNG WOMEN WHO HAVE DENSE BREASTS-- DR. THOMAS KOLB

August 2012

NEW TOOLS HELP DOCTORS SPOT BREAST CANCER

DR. THOMAS KOLB MD

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THE NEW FACES OF BREAST CANCER YOUNG WOMEN BRAVELY BEAT BACK A CRUEL DISEASE