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Ryan Polselli
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Attended Emory University School of Medicine
Lives in Tampa, Florida
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Just closed on our new home! We have been waiting for this for a long time. Lots of hard work has finally paid off. 
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The American Cancer Society​'s new screening guidelines have angered a lot of breast cancer survivors and experts!

They moved up the recommended age from 40 to 45, but that isn't all. Dr. Laszlo Tabar shares the eye-opening truth behind these new guidelines. 

#BreastCancer   #Cancer   #Mammography
The world's leading breast cancer imaging expert Dr. Laszlo Tabar shares his opinion about the new ACS Screening Guidelines. Learn the true facts.
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Harvard Medical School professor says ‘Miracles from Heaven’ and other remarkable cures could be real - The Washington Post
I do not believe that we can think ourselves into health. But I do believe that principles of mind and spirit exist that we have not even begun to scientifically map in the West.
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What an inspiring breast cancer survivor! You go girl!

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Julie Hannah beat breast cancer, and now she’s beating the competition. At last Saturday’s Space Coast Half Marathon in Cocoa, Florida, Hannah, 42, who lives in nearby Melbourne, won the women’s race in 1:32:51, less than one year after finishing treatment for breast cancer. “It was so unexpected and I’m still on cloud nine right now,” Hannah told Runner’s World by phone five days after her win.
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Adding Computer Analysis to Mammograms Doesn’t Improve Accuracy, Study Says - TIME


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A new study suggests the analysis doesn't make the tests more accurate
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Physician with fellowship training in Breast Imaging from Emory University School of Medicine.
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Physician, Pilot, Breast Cancer Screenging and Diagnosis, Writing, Medical Device Innovation and Patents
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  • I2 Innovation
    Owner, 2013 - present
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Tampa, Florida
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Kansas City, Missouri - Savannah, Georgia - Atlanta, Georgia - West Palm Beach, Florida - Ft. Lauderdale, Florida - Miami, Florida - Orlando, Florida - Charleston, South Carolina - Newport, Rhode Island - Wasilla, Alaska - Eagle River, Alaska - Daytona Beach, Florida
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Ryan Polselli. Welcome.
Introduction
Dr. Ryan Polselli is a breast imaging radiologist working to improve the breast imaging experience for all patients.

He recently started his own company which is developing and marketing solutions for a patient sensitive breast cancer screening and diagnostic experience.

He has provisionally obtained two patents for medical devices he believes will make the field of breast imaging safer and more reliable. He is currently working to obtain a third patent for a more efficient and less traumatic biopsy device (eliminates the "startle-effect") for ultrasound guided breast biopsies.

Ryan is also currently working on a non-fiction book providing a personal and revealing behind-the-scenes look into the field of Breast Imaging titled, "The Mammography Affair." 

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Currently developing and marketing patient sensitive technological advances in the field of breast imaging.
Education
  • Emory University School of Medicine
    Fellowship, Breast Imaging, 2011 - 2012
  • Emory University School of Medicine
    Residency, Diagnostic Radiology, 2007 - 2011
  • Spartanburg Regional Medical Center
    Internship, Internal Medicine, 2006 - 2007
  • University of South Florida College of Medicine
    Medicine, 2002 - 2006
  • University of South Florida
    Physics and Biology, 1995 - 2000
  • United States Navy
    1992 - 1994
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Friends, Networking
Birthday
November 19, 1973
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Other names
Dr. Ryan Joseph Polselli
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Charted: The Tricky Trade-Offs of Cancer Screenings and Treatments | WIRED
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Mammograms cut your risk of dying from breast cancer by 20 percent! That's good. But you have a 10 percent chance of being sent on for a bio

3D mammograms improve breast cancer detection, drive down false alarms
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Screening women for breast cancer using traditional digital mammography plus a technique that yields a three-dimensional picture of the brea