Continuing to strengthen its commitment to women’s health, the leading firm Siemens AG (ADR)(OTCMKTS:SIEGY) spearheads a new approach to inform patients about the significance of regular breast tissue test through mammography. Having the awareness and knowledge of imaging technology prompts patients to get annual imaging check-ups. The company has launched a video showing Today Show host Hoda Kotb.
The video available on Siemens’ website, on DVD, and on social media reminds women of the significance of regular screenings. Mammography permits for the diagnosis of breast cancer earlier compared to self-examinations. Detecting cancer at an initial stage helps in better prognosis. Also, it is easier to avail cost-effective treatments as compared to costs incurred in cases when diagnosed at a later stage.
With the launch of 3D tomosynthesis imaging women will get more accurate and thorough diagnostic data from mammography screenings. It is largely because of technology firms like Siemens AG, innovation in breast cancer diagnosis and treatment continues to advance forward, with better diagnosis today than before. Kotb, a cancer survivor shares her story and tries to make a difference for other cancer patients. The significance of educating patients is immense and cannot be overestimated. In an attempt to contribute to Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Siemens management is delighted to launch the video highlighting mammograms save lives.
Siemens AG is an international technology powerhouse that is known for engineering excellence, reliability, innovation, quality for over 165 years. It is operational in over 200 nations, focusing on the areas of automation, digitalization and electrification. It comes in the list of leading producers of energy-efficient and resource-saving technologies.
The company holds prominent position in offshore wind turbine construction and is a leading supplier firm of combined cycle turbines. Siemens is also a major provider unit of power transmission offerings and a pioneer in automation and infrastructure solutions.
Siemens AG (ADR) (OTCMKTS:SIEGY) experienced yet another narrow range day as it finished the last trading session with a minor loss of 0.17%. The volume of the day at 105,000 was almost the same with the daily average of 100,000, indicating no particular change in the short term scenario. The stock is suffering from a short term correction but interestingly, all the losing sessions saw a higher closing price compared to opening price for the day. This can be used for intraday traders to buy the stock at the opening minute and selling later at higher prices.