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Topic: Medical Imaging Service Training

New White Paper – Innovations in Cancer Screening There has been great progress in the diagnosis and treatment of cancer in recent years, driven largely by the increased use of medical imaging technologies. As the world’s population ages, the number of new cases of cancer is set to rise — to 21.7 million new cases by 2030[i] —  which necessitates improved efficiencies in the use of imaging technologies. A new White Paper, Innovations in…

Minimizing Variability in Imaging Reads for Clinical trials In oncology, response to treatment is typically assessed by measuring tumor size and growth over time using medical images obtained from various imaging modalities. Medical images can provide unreliable results if standardization protocols are not implemented and carefully followed. A thorough understanding of quantitative imaging, its potential for variability and the standardization guidelines necessary to produce data that reliably detects drug treatment effects are key to…

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