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ONE HUNDRED YEARS ago, on November 8, working in his rather spartan laboratory in Würzburg, Germany, Wilhelm Conrad Röntgen (1845-1923) saw something just a few others had seen—but only he realized it was something new. Something astonishingly new.
He noticed a glow coming from a phosphorescent...
DESPITE LARGE gaps in the knowledge of the risks of head and neck cancers from ionizing radiation, federal authorities are in no rush to conduct an epidemiologic study of a large cohort of US veterans and others who were treated with nasopharyngeal radium irradiation from 1943 until the mid...
IT WAS a most unusual meeting of minds—experts from the defense, space, and intelligence communities brainstorming with oncologists and interventional radiologists to find ways of beating missiles into medical plowshares.
The Technology Transfer in ImageGuided Therapy Workshop, at the National...
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