Mammography Saves Lives™ is a coalition of the not-for-profit, 501(C)(3) medical associations representing a broad spectrum of breast cancer care experts. The MSL coalition was founded to reduce confusion regarding when and how often women should receive mammograms. This confusion may cause women to not start getting annual mammograms at age 40 and put them at increased risk of dying from breast cancer.
The ACR is a national, professional organization serving more than 34,000 radiologists, radiation oncologists, interventional radiologists, nuclear medicine physicians, and medical physicists dedicated to improving the quality and safety of medical imaging and radiation oncology. The ACR, along with the SBI (below), include among their membership the leading breast imaging specialists nationwide.
The SBI is a professional medical organization dedicated to improving the practice of breast imaging and the quality of medical education in breast imaging. The SBI also provides a medium for the exchange of ideas among those involved in breast imaging. The SBI, along with the ACR (above), include among their membership the leading breast imaging specialists nationwide.
The ASBD seeks to advance the multidisciplinary team approach to breast health care through professional education, consensus development, and training programs. The ASBD is unique, in that it serves all health care professionals and advocates involved in the fight against breast disease. Membership includes specialists in radiology, health care administration, internal medicine, genetics, oncology, obstetrics and gynecology, nursing, pathology, pharmacy, psychology, radiation oncology, social services, surgery and surgical oncology.