Blood counts can be used to identify disease and monitor patient health during cancer treatments

The Erythrocyte Sedimentation Rate (ESR - sometimes called sed rate or sedimentation rate) is a

Positron Emission Tomography (PET) is a method of scanning the body for tumors. It uses a

A lymphangiogram is a type of X-ray taken of the lymphatic system using a special contrast agent

In a move expected to make the radioimmunotherapy treatment

A gallium scan uses a radioactive compound called gallium citrate to detect and image

Computerized Tomography (CT) machines use a series of X-rays to view the insides of a patient’s

When treating a pervasive cancer like lymphoma, it’s crucial that clinicians and

A newly published study suggests that patients with T-cell lymphomas would benefit from a more

Researchers looking at the use of diagnostic imaging for cancer patients covered by Medicare

When a biopsy is taken from a tumor, the tissue must be analyzed for cell abnormalities to