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Rush Using New More Accurate Tests For Prostate Cancer

CHICAGO (CBS) – Doctors at a Chicago hospital have recently started using new technology to more accurately detect possible problem areas on men’s prostates.

The new technology is being used at Rush University Medical Center and involves the use of software that helps guide an ultrasound probe to possible problem spots detected on prostates through Magnetic Resonance Imaging exams (MRIs). 220 more words

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New research shows $6.7 billion spent on unnecessary tests and treatments in one year (2011)

Public release date: 3-Oct-2011

Researchers at Mount Sinai School of Medicine have found that $6.7 billion was spent in one year performing unnecessary tests or prescribing unnecessary medications in primary care, with 86 percent of that cost attributed to the prescription of brand-name statins to treat high cholesterol. 447 more words

Medical Ethics

Sacral metastasis simulating aneurysmal bone cyst

Pablo Sanromán-Álvarez, Juan Antonio Simal-Julián, Pablo Miranda-Lloret, Pedro Pérez-Borredá y Carlos Botella-Asunción

Departamento de Neurocirugía, Hospital Universitario y Politécnico La Fe, Valencia, España

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Testicular Cancer

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What It’s Like to Spend 20 Years Listening to Psychopaths for Science

For WIRED, Greg Miller writes: Ted Bundy, shown here in 1978, unwittingly had a role in sparking Kent Kiehl’s interest in psychopaths. Photo: Donn Dughi/Bettmann/CORBIS… 368 more words

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Kent Bazemore will have season-ending foot surgery

Lakers guard Kent Bazemore underwent an MRI on his right foot, which revealed a torn peroneus longus tendon. Bazemore will miss the remainder of the season and  38 more words

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Acting Locally, Reporting Globally: From quantum physics to biology, a new approach to magnetic resonance turns protons into “spies”.

Acting Locally, Reporting Globally: From quantum physics to biology, a new approach to magnetic resonance turns protons into “spies”. 

Please see the article published in the Interface Magazine of the Weizmann Institute about our work on “ 47 more words

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