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High Risk, High Reward: How These Twins Beat the Odds

A routine pregnancy, until the doctor discovered that one twin had close to no fluid in the amniotic sack   In 1980, one in every 53 babies born in the United [...]

Things You Might Not Know About Radiant Queen Marie Curie

Little-known facts about famous scientist Marie Curie, on the 150th anniversary of her birth A Polish native, Marie Curie moved to Paris in 1891 to study physics at the prestigious La [...]

From Breath to Avoiding Death

Searching for better outcomes for ventilation and shock patients Rebecca had a textbook pregnancy. Until week 24. That’s when she began to experience the contractions of pre-term labor. Pregnant with her [...]

Secrets of the MRI that images the human brain like never before

A new tool helping clinicians and researchers defeat disease and understand Traumatic Brain Injury seen for the first time live It’s not just an image of the brain. It’s the image [...]

This Ethiopian woman’s second premature baby conquers all odds

At just 28 weeks gestation, Workie gave birth to her son at the same hospital where she had her first premature babyApproximately 115 kilometers outside Addis Ababa, Ethiopia’s capital, Workie Abegaz [...]

Overcoming one of the biggest MR imaging challenges … scan time

HyperSense, an industry-first new high-speed MRI scanning technique, is making it possible to reduce scan time by 30-50%. It takes about half an hour to scan a patient’s brain, shoulder, spine [...]

Engineers just invented an MRI that images the brain like never before, tiny crossing fibers and all

Now they’re going live from their lab to show how they did it and why researchers and clinicians now have a new tool to help them defeat disease Engineers created an [...]

Real Thoughts Real Women Had About Their Mammograms

“Is this fun? NOPE. Is it worth it? ABSOLUTELY.”   Starting from age 40, guidelines indicate women undergo mammography exams annually – and sometimes starting even earlier for patients at risk. [...]

The Skeleton in Your Closet – Osteoporosis

Evidence indicates that better understanding bone health can predict risk of the disease that causes a fracture every three seconds Adriana* recognized the warning signs. Her mother, an active woman in good [...]

Targeted Therapy: Predicting Treatment Response with a Shot of Tracer and Tech

How combining tech innovation and tracer research can pave the way to more targeted therapies. Targeted therapy is becoming an increasingly important option in the management of cancer and an exciting [...]

How One Doctor Saved his Father from a Problematic Prostate

After nearly two decades of discomfort, Jose turned to his son – the doctor – for minimally invasive treatment. For nearly 20 years, Jose Angelo Carnevale tried his best to ignore his [...]

From Rhinos to Naked Mole Rats: Scanning the Most Unique Patients

Working to save at-risk species with ultrasound The only male northern white rhino left in the world lives on a conservancy in central Kenya with 24-hour armed guards, along with the [...]
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