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QUSTom partners met at the Imperial College London

29. 9. 2023 / eHealth Our partners from Imperial College London have welcomed us to review the latest updates and progress of the project.

QUSTom partners met at the Imperial College London to review the previous work and set the next steps for this highly motivational & and inspiring project. One of the bigest accoplishments is that the USCT device for the clinical trial was prepared, data acquisition protocols for FWI were developed and tested, and optimized and accelerated the core reconstruction software. 

The experts from consortia are closely collaborating together with one clear goal: to revolutionize breast cancer diagnosis and screening and help save the lives of people threatened by this insidious disease. Knowledge, goodwill, hard work. Yes, we are on a good way to improve breast cancer detection in the near future. 




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