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Olga Chiruk

Olga Chiruk after graduating from the Institute of Journalism (Belarusian State University), Olga worked at newspapers in Belarus. She is currently studying MA International Journalism at Brunel University London and writing as a freelance journalist for both print and online media. Her interest in health issues was triggered by participation in Europa Donna’s European Breast Cancer Advocacy Training Course. She is passionate about the arts, and paints with oils in her free time.

Website: olgachiruk.wordpress.com


BraTumIA is an actively tested innovative 3D technology that provides doctors with a superior picture of a brain tumor with the potential of improving tumor diagnosis accuracy and reducing costs.

Healthcare systems today can be improved dramatically through information technology such as the invention of the Brain Tumor Image Analysis computer program (BraTumIA). This innovative technology has been developed by a team of doctors and engineers at the...