20 percent of MRI users plan to buy a new unit within three years; Gold nanoparticle prostate cancer treatment safe for dogs;

> The average age of a magnetic resonance scanner has increased by about three years--from eight years in 2007 and 10.9 years in 2011, according to a report by the market research firm, IMV. About one-fifth of MRI users plan on buying a new unit within the next three years. Article

> Radiology's adoption of digital imaging should serve as a model for other medial specialist, such as pathology, according to an article on Dark Daily. "Radiology's adoption of digital imaging has much to teach pathology," said Paul J. Chang, M.D., a a professor o Radiology from the University of Chicago, in the article. "Pathologists have the opportunity use that knowledge to leapfrog radiology's lengthy learning curve and move directly to the optimal use of digital imaging." Article

> Scientists at the University of Missouri have determined that gold nanoparticle prostate cancer treatment is safe to use on dogs. "Proving that gold nanoparticles are safe to use in the treatment of prostate cancer in dogs is a big step toward gaining approval for clinical trials in men," said Sandra Axiak-Bechtel, an assistant professor in oncology at  the University of Missouri School of Veterinary Medicine. "Dogs develop prostate cancer naturally in a very similar way as humans, so the gold nanoparticle treatment has a great chance to translate well to human patients." The treatment promises fewer side effects than traditional prostate cancer therapy. Announcement

And Finally... I hope this guy wasn't teaching business. Article


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