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Two millimetre “ice ball” margin beyond renal tumours adequate for effective cryoablation

Two millimetre “ice ball” margin beyond renal tumours adequate for effective cryoablation

Thursday, 12 Jun 2014
The results from a small, animal study challenge previously unsubstantiated published reports claiming that a five to 10mm “ice ball” margin beyond the tumour is necessary for effective cryoablation. Two millimetre “ice ball” margin beyond renal tumours adequate for effective cryoablation
MicroThermX microwave ablation system at CIRSE

MicroThermX microwave ablation system at CIRSE

Tuesday, 20 Sep 2011
The MicroThermX microwave ablation system (BSD Medical) was featured at BSD’s exhibition booth at the international meeting of the Cardiovascular and Interventional Radiological Society of Europe (CIRSE), which was held in Munich, Germany, (10-14 September 2011). MicroThermX microwave ablation system at CIRSE
Positive phase II trial results from the neuroendocrine tumor cohort (mNET) of Delcath’s chemosaturation system

Positive phase II trial results from the neuroendocrine tumor cohort (mNET) of Delcath’s chemosaturation system

Monday, 19 Sep 2011
Overall hepatic response rate with chemosaturation treatment among patients was 70%. On the other hand, 30.4 months was the median overall survival in all patients. Positive phase II trial results from the neuroendocrine tumor cohort (mNET) of Delcath’s chemosaturation system

Hepatic chemosaturation—an emerging therapy in interventional oncology

Tuesday, 22 Feb 2011
Hepatic chemosaturation is a minimally invasive technique which delivers high doses of chemotherapy into the liver to more effectively battle tumours, while limiting toxicity to the rest of the body, making it safer than intrahepatic artery perfusion. Hepatic chemosaturation—an emerging therapy in interventional oncology

Radioembolisation prolongs life for inoperable HCC patients

Monday, 12 Jul 2010
More than three-fourths of hepatocellular carcinoma patients are not surgical candidates and radioembolisation with intra-arterial yttrium-90 extends patient survival. Radioembolisation prolongs life for inoperable HCC patients

Direct injection of gold nanoparticles into tumours could be a new treatment for pancreatic cancer

Monday, 12 Jul 2010
A radical new approach to the treatment of the disease, Reed A Omary claims. Direct injection of gold nanoparticles into tumours could be a new treatment for pancreatic cancer
North American Scientific signs definitive agreement

North American Scientific signs definitive agreement

Tuesday, 25 Sep 2007
Nomos Radiation Oncology business sold: September 2007 North American Scientific signs definitive agreement
CMS selected to provide treatment for New Proton Therapy Center

CMS selected to provide treatment for New Proton Therapy Center

Tuesday, 25 Sep 2007
CMS has been selected by ProCure Treatment Centers: September 2007 CMS selected to provide treatment for New Proton Therapy Center
Visualase announces successful treatment of brain metastases

Visualase announces successful treatment of brain metastases

Tuesday, 25 Sep 2007
completed treatment of the first six patients: September 2007 Visualase announces successful treatment of brain metastases
CMS collaborates with Still River Systems

CMS collaborates with Still River Systems

Tuesday, 25 Sep 2007
CMS to provide treatment planning support: September 2007 CMS collaborates with Still River Systems
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Alessandro Napoli writes that therapeutic ultrasound still has some technological hurdles that need to be overcome, despite his success with the treatment over the past five years. Revolutionary focused ultrasound still needs to address limitations

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