Detecting Breast Cancer: Recent Developments

The most common form of cancer in women today is breast cancer, which causes hundreds of deaths in America. Approximately 194,280 patients are to be scanned for the disease and doctors estimate that more than 40,000 of them will die. Why should a women die of breast cancer, when necessary precaution is available? Medical physicists […]

Telling Your Child He or She Has Cancer

Children are in an innocent period of their lives. For most people, having to tell their child they have cancer is not an issue. Approximately 1 in 330 Americans will be diagnosed with cancer by the age of twenty. For many of these, it falls to the child's parents to explain what cancer is and […]