Category Archive for: ‘News’

How To Prepare for a Mammogram

“It’s time for your first mammogram,”  your primary care physician tells you.  While everything seems normal, you’re 40 and you should start getting regular mammograms.  A little nervous about this new exam, you forget to ask how to prepare. Worry not, here’s a great informational video from our lead mammographer, Dr. Chris Bartlett Schedule Your Mammogram To schedule an appointment, …

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Yttrium-90 Therapy for Liver Cancer Patients

A very exciting new medical breakthrough for the treatment of liver cancer patients, Yttrium-90 (Y-90), is rapidly becoming a palliative measure used to prolong the time to progression and survival of patients with Hepatocellular Carcinoma (HCC) or liver tumors from metastatic colorectal carcinoma. For patients with HCC, he results have been very promising, often showing better results than chemotherapy and sometimes completely …

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National Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Did you know that in 2011, an estimated 230,480 new cases of invasive breast cancer were diagnosed? Did you also know that  approximately 39,520 women were expected to die from breast cancer that same year? Men, you’re not immune from this either. In 2011, 2,140 cases of breast cancer were also expected to occur; this is about 1% of all …

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Welcome to our new website!

At our new website, you’ll now not only get useful information about our radiologists and procedures, but you can also stay abreast of radiology news and information by subscribing to our blog. Please let us know how we can make our website work even better for you. Please contact us by phone or you can send us an email. » …

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