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Varian unveils AI-powered adaptive radiation therapy system at ASTRO

Ethos personalizes treatment on day-to-day basis as tumor changes

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ASTRO Product Showcase

Some of the products and services you won't want to miss on the exhibit floor

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FDA clears GE's AI algorithm collection for mobile X-ray

Critical Care Suite detects suspected pneumothorax on Optima XR240amx

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Engaging clinicians requires smarter tech

Making clinicians search and scan for need-to-know data and insights hampering population health efforts

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CereHealth to utilize DaT SPECT in Parkinson's disease study

DaT SPECT measures density of healthy dopamine neurons

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New York Proton Center treats first patients

Projected to treat approximately 1,400 patients annually

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Some common objects make handy, cheap, fear-reducing MR markers

From lollipops and coffee beans to fish-shaped soy sauce containers

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Henry Ford second in world to perform new laser cancer treatment

May be a breakthrough for cancer that metastasized to spine

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Women over 75 with chronic illnesses gain little from mammograms

123 times more likely to die from other causes: study

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Mergers boost quality of care and lower costs, says study

Lowers readmission and mortality rates, expands clinical best practices

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Improving infection control with new diagnostic technologies

Making smarter use of patient data to reduce antibiotic misuse

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Spectral CT — Value, use cases and implementation

Insights from Houston Methodists' Dr. Nakul Gupta on 'dual energy' imaging

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DOE awards Northwest funding for Mo-99 production

Will build supply of approximately 3,000 six-day curies per week

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Cerner begins Kansas City layoffs to boost operating margins

The health IT giant is cutting 255 people at its U.S. operations

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Looking toward a future with flash therapy

Researchers discuss what the cutting edge technique could mean for the future of cancer care

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Stryker to acquire Mobius Imaging, Cardan Robotics

Will give Stryker’s spine division access to the intraoperative imaging segment

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What happens when healthcare needs a checkup of its own?

With strained budgets, hospitals are struggling to make decisions in their own best interests

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Dirty gastroscopes used on almost 1,000 patients in Oklahoma hospital

Pentax Medical stated that reprocessing instructions had not been completely followed

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