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CTO, Director of Advanced Imaging, VP, Radnet Inc. (panelist)
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The term brachytherapy means "near therapy," or bringing the source of radiation close to the tissue that is targeted.

The term brachytherapy means "near therapy," or bringing the source of radiation close to the tissue that is targeted.

The term brachytherapy means "near therapy," or bringing the source of radiation close to the tissue that is targeted.

The term brachytherapy means "near therapy," or bringing the source of radiation close to the tissue that is targeted.

The term brachytherapy means "near therapy," or bringing the source of radiation close to the tissue that is targeted.

The term brachytherapy means "near therapy," or bringing the source of radiation close to the tissue that is targeted.

Client Case Studies - Imaging for Women

Client Case Studies - Imaging for Women

Discover the iCAD
Virtual Experience

At iCAD, enhancing patient care is at the center of everything we do. We partner with healthcare leaders worldwide, providing them with the most advanced solutions on the market to support cancer detection and therapy and empowering them to deliver exceptional patient care.

Although many industry events or meetings have been postponed or canceled, we are committed to providing you access to the critical information you need, wherever you are. Our technologies supporting cancer detection and therapy continue to offer significant benefits to clinicians, patients and the overall healthcare system. Join us for a virtual experience that brings the latest in our portfolio of leading-edge health solutions right to you.

The term brachytherapy means "near therapy," or bringing the source of radiation close to the tissue that is targeted.

The term brachytherapy means "near therapy," or bringing the source of radiation close to the tissue that is targeted.

The term brachytherapy means "near therapy," or bringing the source of radiation close to the tissue that is targeted.

The term brachytherapy means "near therapy," or bringing the source of radiation close to the tissue that is targeted.

The term brachytherapy means "near therapy," or bringing the source of radiation close to the tissue that is targeted.

The term brachytherapy means "near therapy," or bringing the source of radiation close to the tissue that is targeted.

The term brachytherapy means "near therapy," or bringing the source of radiation close to the tissue that is targeted.

The term brachytherapy means "near therapy," or bringing the source of radiation close to the tissue that is targeted.