Dr Hung Wai-ka, honorary medical advisor at the Hong Kong Breast Cancer Foundation's Breast Health Centre, shows what a 3D image of the breast using tomosynthesis (3D mammography) looks like on a screen. Photo: Jeanette Wang
Dr Hung Wai-ka, honorary medical advisor at the Hong Kong Breast Cancer Foundation's Breast Health Centre, shows what a 3D image of the breast using tomosynthesis (3D mammography) looks like on a screen. Photo: Jeanette Wang

Hong Kong considering whether to roll out breast cancer screening scheme

Research will examine whether government should lead screening amid 'controversy', health minister Dr Ko Wing-man says

Dr Hung Wai-ka, honorary medical advisor at the Hong Kong Breast Cancer Foundation's Breast Health Centre, shows what a 3D image of the breast using tomosynthesis (3D mammography) looks like on a screen. Photo: Jeanette Wang
Dr Hung Wai-ka, honorary medical advisor at the Hong Kong Breast Cancer Foundation's Breast Health Centre, shows what a 3D image of the breast using tomosynthesis (3D mammography) looks like on a screen. Photo: Jeanette Wang
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