U.K. radiologists hope an innovative new pilot program will help train more clinicians to become breast treatment experts, thereby relieving staffing shortages in the specialty.
The American Cancer Society (ACS) has shared a new update on breast cancer statistics in the United States, drawing data from a wide variety of sources. The full report was published in CA: A Cancer Journal for Clinicians on Oct. 2.
A new tool developed by one Canadian university can help to more accurately locate the edges of tumors, eliminating the need for costly follow-up surgery.
The Radiological Society of North America announced Friday that it’s launching a new journal dedicated to imaging in oncology.
Fujifilm Medical Systems U.S.A., Inc. has received FDA clearance for six different endoscopic imaging solutions.
Interventional radiologists can practice the delicate art of retrieving an IVC filter without risking any harm to a patient, thanks to a newly developed simulation model.
GE Healthcare announced this week that it is partnering with several companies to develop a line of PET tracers in the hopes of better predicting patients’ responses to immunotherapies.
Sometimes, no matter how calm and collected a radiologist’s demeanor might be, a patient is going to get upset.
Siemens Healthineers and HealthyWomen, a nonprofit focused on women’s health, have published the results of a new survey focused on patient comfort during mammograms.
Missed appointments continue to be a significant issue in radiology. In fact, according to one estimate, they can easily cost a mid-sized outpatient imaging center nearly $2 million annually.
Deploying 3D-printed, anatomical patient models and surgical guides has the potential to dramatically drop both time spent in the operating room and healthcare costs.
Cancer advocates and Yale Medicine are urging radiology business professionals to raise awareness about the dangers of breast density Wednesday, Sept. 25, as part of a one-day social media campaign.