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MRI contrast agents linked to brain abnormalities

SNMMI SmartBrief | Jun 29, 2015

A study published in Investigative Radiology raises additional questions about the safety of "linear"-type gadolinium-based contrast agents, which could leave toxic heavy metal deposits in brains. Researchers who worked with rats found the agents were associated with abnormalities in the cerebellum. United Press International (06/25)


Targeted alpha therapy may improve cancer management

SNMMI SmartBrief | Jun 30, 2015

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SNMMI SmartBrief | Jun 29, 2015

Journal of Nuclear Medicine impact factor on the rise

SNMMI SmartBrief | Jun 30, 2015

Drug, device makers paid providers nearly $6.5B last year

SNMMI SmartBrief | Jul 01, 2015

Researchers ID brain activity markers of depression

SNMMI SmartBrief | Jun 30, 2015

Complimentary ACNM/SNMMI joint webinar: Nuclear Imaging of Cardiac Sarcoidosis

SNMMI SmartBrief | Jul 02, 2015

Show pride in your profession. Celebrate Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging Week!

SNMMI SmartBrief | Jun 29, 2015

Ore. university gets $1B for cancer research

SNMMI SmartBrief | Jun 29, 2015

Study: Brain scans may predict Tx response in OCD

SNMMI SmartBrief | Jun 29, 2015


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Complimentary ACNM/SNMMI joint webinar: Nuclear Imaging of Cardiac Sarcoidosis

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Upcoming complimentary technologist-focused webinar: "Current Utilization in the U.S."

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Call for applications, editor-in-chief, The Journal of Nuclear Medicine

SNMMI SmartBrief | Jul 01, 2015

Just released: PET Study Guide 2nd Edition

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