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Debunking Cancer Myths: The Truth About 9 Cancer Imaging Misconceptions

To debunk the most common myths about cancer imaging, we asked a handful of the nation’s top oncological radiologists to share the truth about popular misconceptions. Here are 8 cancer imaging myths, debunked.

The Role of Imaging in COVID-19 Detection and Diagnosis

From how patterns of other conditions compare to signs of COVID-19 to advice for patients being tested for the disease, Dr. McComb shares the latest on the role of imaging in Coronavirus diagnosis.

How to Ensure PET Scan Accuracy

Dr. Sheikh discusses the advantages of a nuclear scan and weighs in on the role image interpretation plays in ensuring PET scan accuracy.

Hepatoma (Hepatocellular Carcinoma) - Are You at Risk of Liver Cancer?

Hepatoma is one of the few cancers whose rates are rising instead of falling. But a recent study found that 70% of liver cancers in the U.S.can be attributed to preventable causes.

A Mammogram Second Opinion Helped Me from Thousands of Miles Away

“I was thousands of miles away from my home country and completely confused by my results. I had no idea if this meant I had cancer or if I should jump on the next flight home. It was absolutely frightening.”

Fibroglandular Density - What Every Woman Should Know

From what fibroglandular tissue is and how it’s determined to why it impacts your mammogram and how a second opinion can help reduce your risk of misdiagnosis - here’s your guide to understanding what breast density means for you.