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On the surface, the role of the medical dosimetrist sounds a little intimidating, a Spock-like personality focused purely on numbers and science. After all - these are the people whose calculations ensure that your cancer gets radiated with the...
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Corporate News
As states begin to open back up and restrictions on "non-essential" medical procedures ease up, many imaging departments are pondering how best to adapt to the new normal in terms of staff scheduling, waiting rooms, patient handling, imaging volume,...
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Anxiousness
It’s hard to breathe. It’s hot. I feel claustrophobic. It hurts my ears. It fogs up my glasses. No one looks human. It just reminds me of what’s out there. Welcome to the weird world of COVID-19 where the new normal means keeping our distance from...
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Beekley Culture
To say we’re living in interesting times right now is an understatement at best.Grocery shelves are empty, stocks are falling, businesses deemed to be unessential are told to close. Cities, states, and even whole countries are under quarantine. We’re...
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Corporate News
There’s a lot of work and preparation when it comes to bringing a new product to market…even if the product comes to you ready-made. In fact, it might even require even more work and preparation. Beekley Medical has always worked with inventors to...
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It's fairly common knowledge that being active is good for helping you stay healthy, but now cancer researchers are finding that your activity level during treatment can actually help improve your outcome. As a result, using a step counter or...
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Breast Imaging
To paraphrase the philosopher William James; Thoughts become perception, perception becomes reality. Alter the thoughts, alter the reality. Well, a team of researchers at Boca Raton Regional Hospital set out to test this theory on patient perception...
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Patient Experience
Each year, an estimated 650,0000 cases of head and neck cancers are diagnosed worldwide. Many of those diagnosed will receive radiation oncology as either their primary treatment or as an adjunct to surgical treatment of the cancer. ...
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Breast Imaging
The 3.5 million breast cancer survivors currently living in the United States lost a hero on October 16, 2019. A hero they probably never heard of, but to whom many owe their lives and, more importantly, the quality of their life after diagnosis. In...
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