Posts Tagged "breast cancer"

A Better Way to Diagnose and Treat via Nuclear Medicine

  Sep 18th, 2019   -     1.0 CE Credit, Uncategorized   -  

(1.0 CE Credit) TAKE THE QUIZ! https://rad-cast.com/a-better-way-to-diagnose-and-treat-via-nuclear-medicine Join Rad-Cast as we welcome Dr. Richard Fleming! Dr.Fleming will detail his research and methods that show the ability to measure changes in growth rates through the transitional and cancer growth cycles. Dr. Fleming discusses FMTVDM, the first patented method which quantifies results. Through calibration, enhancement and quantification, it […]

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Understanding and Appreciating SGRT

  Apr 28th, 2019   -     0.5 CE Credit   -  

(0.5 CE Credit)   TAKE THE QUIZ! https://rad-cast.com/understanding-and-appreciating-sgrt/ What is Surface Guided Radiation Therapy? How does it work and how does it impact patient treatments? On this episode of Rad-Cast, we talk to Dawn Wyatt from Vision RT and she tells us all the ins and outs of surface guided radiation therapy; she will explain to […]

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A Holistic Approach to Breast Cancer Treatment (Free CE!)

  Sep 30th, 2018   -     0.5 CE Credit   -  

(0.5 CE Credit) TAKE THE (FREE) QUIZ! https://rad-cast.com/a-holistic-approach-to-breast-cancer-treatment Dr. Katie Demming discusses a holistic approach to breast cancer treatment. Dr. Demming is a physician leader, inventor and entrepreneur who is transforming the cancer experience through collaboration and development of novel solutions. She completed her medical school, internship and residency in radiation oncology at Duke University. […]

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IORT: The Little Linacs that Pack a Powerful Punch

  May 29th, 2018   -     0.5 CE Credit   -  

(0.5 CE Credit) TAKE THE QUIZ!https://rad-cast.com/iort-the-little-linacs-that-pack-a-powerful-punch/ IORT (Intra-Operative Radiation Therapy) involves the administration of a single dose of radiation during surgery, to eliminate any cancer tissue the surgeon is unable to remove. Thanks to mobile linear accelerators, high-energy accelerated electron beams, which deliver a very uniform dose of radiation to the target tissue in extremely […]

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