Researchers at the Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation's Australian Synchrotron have developed a new application of an advanced imaging technique to improve the detection and diagnosis of breast cancer.
A fully-automated program to analyse medical images with the aim of detecting breast tumours is being developed by researchers from the University of Adelaide's Australian Institute for Machine Learning.
An international study has found that a newly developed one-time targeted-at-the-tumor site radiation treatment for breast cancer is just as effective as the traditional radiation treatment that involves a daily exposure of the entire breast to radiation.
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