For the first time in UK, a wider audience can get first-hand experience of the NeoNavia® micropulse biopsy system for breast cancer

During the annual meeting of the British Society of Breast Radiology (BSBR) on 3-5th November in Bristol, radiologists get to gain first-hand experience using the innovative micropulse technology in meat models via a series of hands-on workshops arranged by NeoDynamics

High interest in the workshops has led to additional sessions being added and over 50 radiologists being able to try the new system.

The BSBR workshops represent a milestone for NeoDynamics and for the first time a wider audience will get to not only hear about the NeoNavia system but try it for themselves.

"With the UK study starting imminently and a commercial launch on the near horizon, the workshops and gaining feedback from potential future customers is extremely valuable and will help us tailor our offering and maximise the patient benefit”, says Ian Galloway, Country Manager in UK for NeoDynamics

“We look forward to starting the multicentre study in UK very soon and with a planned total of 320 patients to be enrolled, there is room for more centres to join. As such, we hope that this meeting and the demo-workshops will spark interest and enthusiasm for our biopsy system and encourage others to participate in the study”, says Kai-Uwe Schässburger, Head of Clinical Development and Medical Affairs.