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  •  Breast cancer screening
    2018年10月04日
    Breast cancer screening

    04 October 2018, North Rhine-Westphalia, Duisburg: Filiz Demir (l), blind Medical Touch Examiner (MTU) at Discovering Hands, examines the breast of a patient. The adhesive tapes are used for orientation and exact localization of a finding. In contrast to the normal cancer screening examination, an MTU systematically and extensively scans the breast for 40 minutes and can thus find about 50 percent more and much smaller tissue changes than a doctor. The method according to which Demir works has now been tested for its effectiveness for the first time. (to dpa “With sure instinct: How blind people help with breast cancer prevention“ of 18.02.2019) Photo: Caroline Seidel/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2019022004161

  •  Breast cancer screening
    2018年10月04日
    Breast cancer screening

    04 October 2018, North Rhine-Westphalia, Duisburg: Frank Hoffmann, social entrepreneur and founder of “Discovering Hands“, holds a necklace with wooden beads showing different sizes of ulcers. In contrast to the normal cancer screening examination, an MTU systematically and extensively scans the breast for 40 minutes and can thus find about 50 percent more and much smaller tissue changes than a doctor. (to dpa “With sure instinct: How blind people help with breast cancer prevention“ of 18.02.2019) Photo: Caroline Seidel/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2019022004440

  •  Breast cancer screening
    2018年10月04日
    Breast cancer screening

    04 October 2018, North Rhine-Westphalia, Duisburg: Filiz Demir (l), blind medical tactile examiner (MTU) at Discovering Hands examines the breast of a patient. The adhesive tapes are used for orientation and exact localization of a finding. In contrast to the normal cancer screening examination, an MTU systematically and extensively scans the breast for 40 minutes and can thus find about 50 percent more and much smaller tissue changes than a doctor. The method according to which Demir works has now been tested for its effectiveness for the first time. (to dpa “With sure instinct: How blind people help with breast cancer prevention“ of 18.02.2019) Photo: Caroline Seidel/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2019022004303

  •  Breast cancer screening
    2018年10月04日
    Breast cancer screening

    04 October 2018, North Rhine-Westphalia, Duisburg: Filiz Demir (l), blind Medical Touch Examiner (MTU) at Discovering Hands, examines the breast of a patient. The adhesive tapes are used for orientation and exact localization of a finding. In contrast to the normal cancer screening examination, an MTU systematically and extensively scans the breast for 40 minutes and can thus find about 50 percent more and much smaller tissue changes than a doctor. The method according to which Demir works has now been tested for its effectiveness for the first time. (to dpa “With sure instinct: How blind people help with breast cancer prevention“ of 18.02.2019) Photo: Caroline Seidel/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2019022004247

  •  Breast cancer screening
    2018年10月04日
    Breast cancer screening

    04 October 2018, North Rhine-Westphalia, Duisburg: Filiz Demir (l), blind medical tactile examiner (MTU) at Discovering Hands examines the breast of a patient. The adhesive tapes are used for orientation and exact localization of a finding. In contrast to the normal cancer screening examination, an MTU systematically and extensively scans the breast for 40 minutes and can thus find about 50 percent more and much smaller tissue changes than a doctor. The method according to which Demir works has now been tested for its effectiveness for the first time. (to dpa “With sure instinct: How blind people help with breast cancer prevention“ of 18.02.2019) Photo: Caroline Seidel/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2019022004249

  •  Breast cancer screening
    2018年10月04日
    Breast cancer screening

    04 October 2018, North Rhine-Westphalia, Duisburg: Frank Hoffmann, social entrepreneur and founder of “Discovering Hands“ (l), Filiz Demir (r), blind medical tactile examiner (MTU) at Discovering Hands, examines the breast of a patient. The adhesive tapes are used for orientation and exact localization of a finding. In contrast to the normal cancer screening examination, an MTU systematically and extensively scans the breast for 40 minutes and can thus find about 50 percent more and much smaller tissue changes than a doctor. (to dpa “With sure instinct: How blind people help with breast cancer prevention“ of 18.02.2019) Photo: Caroline Seidel/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2019022004445

  •  Breast cancer screening
    2018年10月04日
    Breast cancer screening

    04 October 2018, North Rhine-Westphalia, Duisburg: Filiz Demir, Blind Medical Touch Examiner (MTU) at Discovering Hands, examines a patient‘s breast. The adhesive tapes are used for orientation and exact localization of a finding. In contrast to the normal cancer screening examination, an MTU systematically and extensively scans the breast for 40 minutes and can thus find about 50 percent more and much smaller tissue changes than a doctor. The method according to which Demir works has now been tested for its effectiveness for the first time. (to dpa “With sure instinct: How blind people help with breast cancer prevention“ of 18.02.2019) Photo: Caroline Seidel/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2019022004164

  •  Breast cancer screening
    2018年10月04日
    Breast cancer screening

    04 October 2018, North Rhine-Westphalia, Duisburg: Filiz Demir (l), blind Medical Touch Examiner (MTU) at Discovering Hands, examines the breast of a patient. In contrast to the normal cancer screening examination, an MTU systematically and extensively scans the breast for 40 minutes and can thus find about 50 percent more and much smaller tissue changes than a doctor. The method according to which Demir works has now been tested for its effectiveness for the first time. (to dpa “With sure instinct: How blind people help with breast cancer prevention“ of 18.02.2019) Photo: Caroline Seidel/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2019022004408

  •  Breast cancer screening
    2018年10月04日
    Breast cancer screening

    04 October 2018, North Rhine-Westphalia, Duisburg: Filiz Demir, Blind Medical Touch Examiner (MTU) at Discovering Hands, examines a patient‘s breast. The adhesive tapes are used for orientation and exact localization of a finding. In contrast to the normal cancer screening examination, an MTU systematically and extensively scans the breast for 40 minutes and can thus find about 50 percent more and much smaller tissue changes than a doctor. The method according to which Demir works has now been tested for its effectiveness for the first time. (to dpa “With sure instinct: How blind people help with breast cancer prevention“ of 18.02.2019) Photo: Caroline Seidel/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2019022004441

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