Canberra marks International Day of Radiology with good news
for breast and prostate cancer 

Politicians of all persuasions have marked the fourth International Day of Radiology (IDoR) by hearing how Diagnostic Imaging is improving the odds for Australian cancer sufferers.

The politicians have attended an expert presentation on the powerful new options Diagnostic Imaging is providing to better identify and treat both breast and prostate cancers – which affect 35,000 Australians every year.

Click here to watch ADIA’s new videos showing the powerful new ways to better identify and treat both breast cancer and prostate cancer.

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