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ASTRO Annual Meeting 2021

2021 24 Oct

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Beta Blockers and Survival Outcomes in Breast Cancer Patients

2020 02 Oct

New research led by Flinders University has found a link between beta-blockers and survival outcomes in some breast cancer patients. Beta-blockers, commonly used to manage cardiovascular disease, were negatively associated with survival outcomes in patients with HER2 (Human Epidermal Growth Factor Receptor 2) positive advanced breast cancer, according... Read more

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ASTRO Annual Meeting 2020

2020 25 Oct

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#ESCCongress: No Link Between Blood Pressure Medication and Cancer

2020 01 Sep

There is no evidence that blood pressure lowering drugs increase the risk of cancer, according to the most extensive study conducted on the topic. The late breaking research is presented at ESC Congress 2020. “Our results should reassure the public about the safety of antihypertensive drugs with respect to cancer, which is of paramount importance... Read more

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BJR Highlights Proton Therapy In Special Feature And Podcast

2020 15 Jun

BJR,  the international research journal of the British Institute of Radiology, has published a collection of articles on proton therapy, guest edited by leading experts Dr Kathryn Held, Professor Tony Lomax and Professor Esther Troost. The BIR have also recorded an accompanying podcast with the Guest Editors, who share their thoughts on this rapidly... Read more

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AACR ANNUAL MEETING 2020

2020 22 Jun

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Onco-Cardiology: Consensus Paper from Germany

2020 27 May

There is sufficient clinical evidence to show that the use of certain chemotherapeutic drugs is associated with cardiac toxicity. In many cases, the impairment in cardiac dysfunction caused by these drugs is lifelong and can severely impair the quality of life of patients. While many drugs continue to be approved to treat malignancies, the cardiac... Read more

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Xrays Probe Bones and Soft Tissues

2020 07 Apr

In a pioneering study, researchers in Japan have found a way to use x-rays in examining soft tissues – not just dense materials like bones – similar to how ultrasound or magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) work.     You might also like : AI+Radiologist: Improved Screening Interpretation   Both ultrasound and MRI make use of elastography,... Read more

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New UK Cancer Imaging Network

2020 31 Mar

  Nine world-class imaging centres from around the UK are joining forces to create an integrated network for standardisation and validation of use of state-of-the-art imaging techniques in cancer treatment.   You might also like: Deep Mining Reveals Omics Promise for Cancer Biomarkers The  National Cancer Imaging Translational Accelerator... Read more

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Bright Ideas

2020 09 Mar

HealthManagement.org rounds up exciting developments that have all the marks of healthcare game changers. What do you think? Advancements in Cardiac Imaging Conventional imaging still remains important for the assessment of cardiac structure and function. However, advanced echocardiography with strain imaging techniques, tissue characterisation... Read more