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10 ways cell therapy and biopharma have changed in 2017 and why it matters

From microscopic processes to large-scale manufacturing of biologics, life sciences has made massive progress that sets the stage for rapidly changing healthcare   1. 3D Printing Meets Biopharma: How Two Engineers [...]

How new technology being used in India could help 500 million women around the world

More than 60% of breast cancer cases in India are detected at an advanced stage, but a new handheld device seeks to bring screening to areas with limited access   Dr. [...]

New Cardiology Center Steps Up The Beat

How doctors and caregivers designed a top-notch cardiology center entirely around the patient journey. Clinique Pasteur in Toulouse, France, a top-ranked European cardiology facility located in the heart of the city, [...]

When it Comes to Big Data in Health Care, Size Matters And So Do Variety, Speed and More

Bernoulli Health Chief Analytics Officer John Zaleski, PhD, CAP, CPHIMS, writes on what it takes to enable predictive analytics in health care What is the promise of predictive analytics in medicine? [...]

New Military Research Could Hold Promise for Civilian Care

Applying automation in ultrasound for time-sensitive decisions A U.S. Army soldier finds herself facing intensifying enemy fire. She’s shot in the chest. Every breath is harder to take and more painful [...]

One reason clinical trials for Alzheimer’s disease have failed — And the digital biomarker that could help address that

How a new a new predictive analytics tool could positively increase the rate at which effective disease-modifying therapies become available Introducing a new disease-modifying therapy, from research through to launch, is [...]

From a Video Game to Health Care

How a $10 Microchip Could Expand Imaging     The baby napped in her mother’s arms. As the seven-month-old slept peacefully, Dr. Joshua Broder and his colleagues collected 3D images of [...]

The image of the brain that radiologists and researchers have been waiting for

Researchers in the radiology department at the University of Wisconsin are some of the first to use a new MRI that images the brain’s tiny crossing fibers and white matter like [...]

Turning moon boots into Cinderella’s slipper: The breakthrough that will help make MRIs more comfortable for patients and faster for clinicians

An industry-first MRI coil design turns a traditionally bulky patient covering into a blanket that is 60 percent lighter than conventional coils When a patient enters a Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) [...]

X-Ray marks the spot: Reinventing the world’s oldest imaging scanner

A new digital analytics tool is helping hospitals of all sizes go digital Back in 1895, Wilhelm Roentgen accidentally changed the course of medicine. While observing the effects of electricity on [...]

Breakthroughs in two of the most common medical scans make patients more comfortable

MRI and mammography exams can help save lives, but patients often avoid them due to anxiety and pain Lying completely still in a small space for an hour underneath a heavy [...]

From Video Games To 3D Printing: 5 advancements that are already changing healthcare today for radiologists and clinicians

These game-changers may improve healthcare… and in some cases already are The radiologist holds a plastic model of her patient’s heart in the palm of her hand, complete with its unique [...]
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