Spain probes anticompetitive PET practices February 14, 2019 -- Spanish authorities have launched disciplinary proceedings against French molecular imaging firm Advanced Accelerator Applications and global nuclear medicine firm Curium for alleged anticompetition practices in Spain.
Micro-CT, blood test aid early lung cancer detection February 14, 2019 -- A blood test revealed that circulating DNA levels correlated with lung tumor size on micro-CT scans of mice, indicating the blood test's potential in the early detection of lung cancer, according to an article published online on 12 February in Disease Models & Mechanisms.
Scotland's radiologist shortage persists February 14, 2019 -- Scotland's search for radiologists is still falling short of its goals. An opinion piece, published online on 14 February in the Herald, highlighted a situation that has persisted for the last decade.
Israel awards Zebra 3 grants for AI algorithms February 14, 2019 -- Artificial intelligence (AI) software developer Zebra Medical Vision has received grants from the Israeli Innovation Authority to integrate AI algorithms into the radiology workflow at three major medical institutions in Israel.
DITTA issues new white paper on cybersecurity February 11, 2019 -- The Global Diagnostic Imaging, Healthcare IT, and Radiation Therapy Trade Association (DITTA) has issued a new white paper discussing best practices for medical technology manufacturers looking to improve cybersecurity.
Russian entities ally for nuclear medicine February 11, 2019 -- Russian atomic energy firm Rosatom and the Russian Academy of Sciences are collaborating to advance nuclear medicine and nuclear energy in the country.