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"I think the future is in custom phantoms because of these combined modalities like PET/MR and SPECT/CT."
Can technology help hospitals prepare for more stringent infection control protocols?
The Joint Committee, biomeds and hospitals form a strong front to challenge CMS' enforcement of long-ignored guidelines.
New studies tout PET's promise in better detecting the mind-wasting disease.
Researchers tout MBI for women with dense breasts.
A new GE partnership to develop miniature cyclotrons could mean greater access worldwide to PET tracers.
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Dr. Segall spoke with DOTmed Business News about accomplishments and challenges during his past year as president.
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This Month in Medical History celebrates Karl Landsteiner
With new radiotracers set for market, PET stands to make a big comeback.
An exclusive interview with breast imaging expert Dr. László Tabár
Medicare trustees release their 2012 report based on an uncertain future for health care.
With emerging research identifying increased challenges for screening dense breasts, manufacturers are making adjustments.
With reimbursement cuts back, the sector is reaching a breaking point.
A new study shows significant reductions in side-effects for men who received high-intensity focused ultrasound to treat prostate cancer.
Study finds that social media have a growing role in health care
Historic three-day oral arguments are underway over the 2010 health care law.
A new study says the advanced medical technology industry in the U.S. is key to a bright future
The traditional cath angio room is making way for a crowd of professionals.
Advances in the field show promise for what seemed like wishful thinking only a century ago.