Women’s Health


Until there is a cure, early detection is critical to breast cancer survival.

According to the National Cancer Institute, one in eight women may be diagnosed with breast cancer at some time during their life1. Women whose breast cancer is detected at an early stage have on average a 90% survival rate in the first five years2.

The key is to find the disease early so treatment can start earlier.

At Fujifilm, we know that mammograms don’t work if women don’t get them; that is why we are dedicated to providing a noticeably more comfortable mammogram3 equipped with the latest advancements in imaging, including digital breast tomosynthesis (DBT).

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Better diagnostic confidence, better patient care

Image quality is critical to detecting tumors, especially small ones at the early stage. The addition of DBT adds even higher diagnostic capabilities to help physicians diagnose cancers earlier for better patient outcomes, while striving to keep radiation dose as low as possible.

In an effort to improve the patient experience, the system also includes an exclusive ‘Comfort Paddle’ designed to conform to the natural shape of the breast, reducing pressure at the chest wall side with the goal of ensuring the most even and adequate compression so women come back time and time again for this much-needed exam.

Ensure patient comfort with personalized breast care

In an effort to promote women’s health, we are traveling across the 48 contiguous U.S. states in our ‘Aspire to Be Fearless’ mobile mammography coach, which is outfitted with the ASPIRE Cristalle 3D mammography system and a Bellus II mammography workstation. Our coach hosts educational opportunities for clinicians, raises awareness about the importance of screening, and seeks clinical partners to provide mammograms to underserved populations in key locations.

We are committed to improving women’s health by improving access to breast health education and mammography screening services for every woman who needs it.

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“I am so excited to be using the Fujifilm Cristalle at Banner Imaging. It is easy to use, fast, and the images are beautiful. My patients love the Comfort Paddles and the new Comfort Comp feature! (…)

Dawn Lind

Banner Imaging Arcadia

“I love the ASPIRE Cristalle! The system’s appearance is so nice and appealing and helps to put our patients at ease before their exams.” I think it’s the best-looking system out there” ~Rachel Greene

Rachel Greene

Coosa Valley Medical Center

“We are so thrilled to have the Fujifilm ASPIRE Cristalle here at Nashville General Hospital! We are excited to have new state of the art 3D technology that is so user friendly and produces such (…)

The Mammography Department

Nashville General Hospital

“Our patients are very excited to have 3D as an option now at Harlan County Health System with our new Aspire Cristalle. The comfort paddle is amazing! We feel like we are getting much better (…)

Brittany Reeg & Amy Bunch

Harlan County Health System

Women’s Imaging and Intervention in Portland, Oregon has a reputation for always putting the patient first. They continuously have a 3 month wait list for mammogram appointments, and that is without doing any advertising. Dr. (…)

Women’s Imaging & Intervention

Portland, OR

The ASPIRE Cristalle mammography system with DBT represents a major breakthrough in breast cancer screening technology at Northern Radiology Associates in Watertown, NY. Dr. Dean Phillips, DO discusses how the practice has benefited from the (…)

Northern Radiology Associates

Watertown, NY

In an underserved community in Los Angeles, Adventist Health White Memorial discusses using quality technology such as the ASPIRE Cristalle with digital breast tomosynthesis and community outreach to motivate women to comply with annual mammography (…)

Adventist Health White Memorial

Los Angeles, CA
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1 “Breast Cancer Risk in American Women.” National Cancer Institute. Retrieved from https://www.cancer.gov/types/breast/risk-fact-sheet

2 Retrieved from https://www.cancer.org/cancer/breast-cancer/understanding-a-breast-cancerdiagnosis/

3FUJIFILM. “COMFORT COMP– Prioritizing patient comfort during mammography [White Paper].” www.fujimed.com. October 10, 2022.