How a Clinic in a Can is Helping Fight Ebola

On Wednesday December 30th 2015, Guinea declared itself Ebola-free. The Ebola virus has devastated West Africa since the largest outbreak of the disease ever recorded began almost exactly two years ago, [...]

Sidelining Injuries: GE Healthcare and the NBA Launch First Challenge for Sports Injury Research

Imagine that water had to be collected from a bucket in a well, and it requires a person to pull on a rope from over the side of the well. Day [...]

RSNA is Over, But the Future Starts Now

As RSNA’s 101st Annual Meeting draws to a close, the 55,000-strong crowd of healthcare professionals from around the world disperses from McCormick Place, having caught a glimpse of the exciting future [...]

World AIDS Day 2015: Where do We Stand Against HIV?

Today is World AIDS Day. At a time where 34 million people around the world are estimated to have the virus, it is more important than ever to make sure we [...]

Nipping HIV in the Bud: Dr. Spearman

On the first World AIDS Day on Dec 1, 1988, a diagnosis of HIV was viewed as a death sentence. Nearly three decades later, many patients live with the disease thanks [...]

What Radiology Industry Leaders Think the Future Holds

RSNA is well under way, and several announcements have already been made that will shape the future of radiology. The most important so far has been the announcement of the GE [...]

What to Expect from RSNA 2015

As autumn draws to a close and winter settles on Chicago, the best and brightest in radiology will descend on McCormick Place for the most anticipated industry event of the year: [...]

Getting John Back on His Skates

Radiology pioneer Marie Curie once said, “One never notices what has been done. One can only see what remains to be done.” So sometimes, it’s nice to be reminded of the [...]
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