Breast cancer patients report reduced sensitivity and pain during radiotherapy when using a barrier film over treatment areas, according to a Danish study published this month in Technical Innovations and Patient Support in Radiation Oncology.
A nuclear radiology fellow at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia has developed new PET probes to detect bacterial infections in patients, the Radiological Society of North America announced this week.
Many breast imaging facilities in the United States lack policies that focus on providing friendly, inclusive care to transgender patients, according to a new study published in the Journal of the American College of Radiology.
Male medical students exploring specialization options are less likely to opt for mammography over other imaging modalities, citing discrimination and fear of sexual harassment suits as drawbacks, according to research out of Callaghan, Australia.
Welsh men may be at a disadvantage compared to other countries in the United Kingdom when it comes to early diagnosis of prostate cancer. According to Prostate Cancer UK, availability of multiparametric MRI (mpMRI) is significantly lower in Wales than England, its neighbor to the east.
Filling the noticeable gap in quality cancer care between high- and low-income countries is a daunting task, but one that’s worth the effort, a group of experts recently reported in Radiotherapy and Oncology.
Radiologist Ronald Grusd, MD, has been sentenced to 10 years in federal prison and ordered to pay a $250,000 fine after being found guilty of fraud and bribery in connection with a detailed kickback scheme back in December 2017.
Though not often the first line of defense, clinicians should consider endometrial cancer screening using either CT or MRI after a patient undergoes radiation therapy for cervical carcinoma, Portuguese researchers argue in the first-ever study published on the subject.
Researchers from the California Institute of Technology (Caltech) in Pasadena have developed a single-breath-hold photoacoustic CT (SBH-PACT) system that can image a patient’s breast in 15 seconds and requires no ionizing radiation or contrast agents, sharing their findings in a new study published by Nature Communications.
Wearable fitness trackers aren’t just for the gym anymore, the Guardian reported this month—according to a group of California researchers, the devices can track health information indicative of how cancer patients will react to chemotherapy.