3 Things to Read Today
This week we’re looking at the use of MRI over ultrasound to find deadly cancer in cirrhosis patients, why some men are at greater risk than others when receiving prostate cancer therapy, and more.
New research concludes that when trying to detect hepatocellular carcinoma (better known as HCC), an often incurable cancer in patients with cirrhosis, an MRI can have better results than ultrasound, the currently recommended option.
The depletion of hormone levels when treating men who have a history of heart attack for prostate cancer could put those patients at greater risk than others.
While examining the impact of accountable care organizations within the new Medicare Shared Savings Program, researchers from Johns Hopkins found that mammography screenings have increased.
Recently from the ACR Bulletin
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