It is available the final VPH-PRISM newsletter that marks the end of this three-year, European Union-funded research project.
During the past three years, VPH-PRISM’s researchers from Germany, the Netherlands, the
United Kingdom and the United States grew into a strong team advancing
breast cancer diagnosis and treatment. These advances include new
tools that have the potential to support more accurate breast surgery
and a unique database to support even more research.
In this edition of the VPH-PRISM newsletter, you will read about two
major results from the project: the attempt at improving surgical planning
and surgical outcomes, and the database that could provide easier
and more intuitive access to patient-related information and images for
clinical and biomedical researchers. The surgery planning application and
VPH-PRISM’s unique database are just two of a range of results that have
been produced by the project.
More information on VPH-PRISM project can be found here