Merging

Photo Research merges with JADAK

Photo Research (PR) has merged with its Novanta sister company JADAK, a manufacturer of machine vision, radio-frequency identification...

Individual treatment

Molecular sub-groups in early stages of bladder cancer

Bladder cancer is a frequent disease affecting approximately 1,900 persons in Denmark annually. A high number of these patients only have...

e-Health

Agfa HealthCare collaborates with IBM to advance Cognitive Imaging

Cooperation on Artificial Intelligence complements its initiatives on Enterprise Imaging, Big Data and Clinical Analytics, to provide an...

Workflow

Quietly complaining about your current QC?

With more than 30 years’ experience developing pioneering high quality, cost effective Quality Control solutions for the IVD market...

Premium

Mindray makes waves in ultrasound

With the new ultrasound system Resona 7 platform, Mindray steps forward as a major player in the fast-expanding field of medical imaging!

Telemedicine

The Rapid Growth Of Medical Tourism

Traditionally, medical tourists travel from high-income countries to middle and low-income countries seeking health care at a lower price....

Mutation

Prevention of genetic breast cancer within reach

An international team led by researchers at the Austrian Institute of Molecular Biotechnology (IMBA) in Vienna and the University of...

Research

New drivers of rare cancer type identified

Cancer researchers from the Würzburg University, in cooperation with the international Cancer Genome Atlas Research Network, have...

Musculoskeletal ultrasound

Taking a look over your shoulder

As a former top-flight athlete with the French national gymnastics team, physiotherapist Luc D'Asnières de Veigy appreciates the value of...

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Catheter

Device for irregular heartbeat more cost-effective than medication

A new study by a Yale researcher may support the use of a device for patients suffering from irregular heart rhythms.

Active substance

Promising treatment prospects for invasive breast cancer

Scientists from the University of Zurich have been able to understand for the first time why many cancer cells adapt relatively quickly to...

vitiligo

Natural killer cells have a memory

Researchers at the University of Bonn and the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität of Munich have decoded a new mechanism of how the immune...