Celebrating ice time for lovers on Valentine's Day, Shannon O'Brien and Jasson Cohen (C'99) warmed up at the Class of 1923 Ice Rink.
Photo by Mark Garvin
Originally published on February 26, 1998
“It’s a very confusing time. … This legislation has happened before we have a medical consensus about what to tell women.”— Emily Conant, a professor of radiology at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, on laws in 21 states that require doctors to tell women they have dense breast tissue, which can raise their risk for cancer and hide abnormalities. New breast-imaging technologies promise to detect more cancers in women, but can bring more false alarms as well. (The Wall Street Journal, Feb. 23, 2015)