New Technology Yields Better Images of Patient Tumors
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New Technology Yields Better Images of Patient Tumors

Huntsman Cancer Institute (HCI) at the University of Utah is the first cancer center in the United States to use a new, state-of-the-art CT scanner that allows doctors to view higher quality, personalized images of a patient’s tumor. The scanner, called the Somatom Confidence 64 from Siemens, boasts numerous features that create more detailed images, giving physicians the ability to direct their therapy precisely where it’s needed....

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Study Shows Shorter Course of Radiation May Be a Safe and Convenient Option for Breast Cancer Patients after Mastectomy
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Study Shows Shorter Course of Radiation May Be a Safe and Convenient Option for Breast Cancer Patients after Mastectomy

Research published in the Journal of Clinical Oncology demonstrates that a shorter course of radiation may be a good option for breast cancer patients who need radiation following mastectomy. The Phase II clinical trial examined the safety of treating women with a three-week course of radiation instead of the traditional six weeks. ...

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