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Healthcare expected to create 4 million jobs in next decade

Healthcare has had a tremendous year for job growth. Last year was strong, too, and so was 2015. How good has it been? The Bureau of Labor Statistics reported that there were about 11.7 million healthcare jobs in the U.S. in May 2014. Within two years, that number had jumped...

source: Scott E. Rupp
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Your practice is staffed by excellent radiation oncologists, medical physicists, and administrators with many years of experience and training, and who stay current with the constantly changing standards of care in our field though continuing education credits, maintenance...

source: ACRO

Most radiologists decide to pursue the specialty during medical school — particularly during their clinical years. But those who opt for radiology based on its financial benefits over intellectual stimulation are ultimately...

source: Radiology Business

The elusive dream is that a simple blood test could detect a small tumor growing in your body, giving doctors time to cure you before it’s too late. Scientists at GRAIL, a biotechnology company based in Menlo Park, California, that has drawn more than a billion dollars...

source: Science

Physician assistants are increasingly used in dermatology practices to cut costs and improve access to care, but are more likely than dermatologists to perform unnecessary skin biopsies to check for cancer, while being less likely...

source: University of Pittsburgh Schools of the Health Sciences via Medical Xpress

Doctors have long wondered why breast cancer patients are more likely to see their cancer spread within the first 18 months after a lumpectomy or mastectomy. A new study suggests the wound healing that follows surgery may trigger this spread.

source: USA Today

Imagine you’ve just been diagnosed with a malignant brain tumor and need surgery. Instead of looking at shadowy black and white 2-D images you can’t decipher, you put on goggles and “walk through” the cancer...

source: Cronkite News

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