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Subject: Cancer

WRAL – IMRT Procedure Targets Tumors (2003)

WRAL – Brachytherapy: New Treatment for Liver Cancer (2003)

Medical Imaging Can Help Detect Skin Cancer

With summer officially here, sunscreen is likely being used by the gallon as we all get outside and enjoy North Carolina’s great weather and attractions. Sunscreen is critical in helping to prevent sunburn and ultimately skin cancer. Did you know that medical imaging can help detect melanoma, the most dangerous form of skin cancer? Dr. David Schultz explains how radiologists at Wake Radiology use PET-CT to help with diagnosis and staging of this skin cancer. Learn more…


Lung Cancer Screenings Can Save Lives

Medical imaging is changing when and how are detected and treated. Thankfully, we can add lung cancer to the list of diseases that can be detected with a simple CT scan. Dr. William Way explains how CT lung cancer screenings can help save lives. Learn more…


Could Your Lung Cancer Be Treated?

Research recognizes that low-dose CT (LDCT) screenings can be a useful tool for detecting lung cancer early when it’s at a treatable stage. And, now many insurance plans are covering the procedure. Dr. Carmelo Gullotto explains how LDCT works. Learn more…


When to Consider a Screening for Lung Cancer

Lung cancer remains the leading cause of death from cancer in this country. Individuals at high risk for lung cancer now have access to a low dose, low cost screening procedure. And, recently, this procedure became covered by most insurances and Medicare. Dr. Carmelo Gullotto, a body imaging radiologist at Wake Radiology, explains who should consider talking with their doctor about having a lung cancer screening. Learn more…


Lung cancer screenings offer hope of early detection

September 22, 2014 – Lung cancer screenings offer hope for early detection. Wake Radiology becomes the first healthcare provider in North Carolina to earn the distinction as a Lung Cancer Screening Center by the American College of Radiology. It currently offers lung cancer screenings at six accredited locations across the Triangle. Learn more…


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