The first Karma based model for predicting risk of breast cancer has been published

One of the key aims of the Karma Project is to identify the women that eventually will be diagnosed with breast cancer. In collaboration with the Swedish mammography screening program we identified increased levels of mammographic density, microcalcifications and suspicious … Continue reading

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Karma launch clinical trial for breast cancer detection with new techniques.

Karma Kamera is the study name of a clinical trial at Södersjukhuset, Stockholm, introducing a new technique developed by Real Imaging (realimaging.com). Real Imaging’s 3D Functional Metabolic Imaging and Risk Assessment (MIRA) technology is intended to provide a non-invasive non-radiation, … Continue reading

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70,000 participants in Karma

The Karma study today passes 70,000 participants which makes the study the largest and most well-characterized breast cancer study worldwide.

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Karma in Nobel conference on breast cancer

Leading breast cancer researchers meet in Stockholm on the 59th Nobel Conference to exchange knowledge on the rapidly growing breast cancer worldwide and to start new research projects. Read more

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Dr Hall at Athena Breast Health Forum

Dr Hall is invited to San Francisco to participate in Athena Breast Health Forum.  A serie of discussions about outstanding questions and advancements in breast health between breast cancer experts, health care providers, patients and community members. Athena Breast Health Forum

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Karma has opened its 4th unit

Karma’s 4th sampling unit is situated in Lund. “Without Unilabs Skåne’s cooperation this had never been possible”, says Per Hall and continues “The Karma study is now recruiting almost a thousand women a week, which is a stunning figure”.

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New model for data export

We are proud to present the Karma Research Platform (beta) that we believe will become a game-changer for breast cancer prevention research.

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20 000 unique participants

The Karma study, which started in Helsingborg on January 11th 2011, has within eleven months recruited more than 20 000 participants

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