Health Minister Angus MacIsaac welcomed news today, March 17, ofa tentative agreement for a new contract with Nova Scotiadoctors. “This contract was negotiated with the interests of Nova Scotiansin mind, and I’m hopeful that doctors across the province willvote to accept it,” said Mr. MacIsaac. “I think Department ofHealth and Medical Society representatives were able to negotiatea contract that is fair to doctors, their patients andtaxpayers.” Details of the contract will not be shared publicly until doctorshave voted. The results will be announced by the Medical Societyof Nova Scotia. -30-
CALGARY — The Alberta Court of Appeal has upheld the indefinite prison sentence a dangerous offender is serving for torturing and starving his roommate.Dustin Paxton was convicted in 2012 for the prolonged and brutal abuse of a man who was his friend and roommate.A judge designated him a dangerous offender and sentenced him to an indeterminate period in prison.Paxton appealed the sentence, but the Appeal Court ruled the original trial judge was correct in ruling that an indeterminate sentence was the only way to adequately protect the public.The same court rejected an appeal of Paxton’s convictions in 2016.Paxton’s victim was emaciated, battered and bleeding when Paxton dropped him off, near death, at a Regina hospital in April 2010. The Canadian Press
The ex-combatants taking part in the process, a joint effort of the Government and the Unified Communist Party of Nepal-Maoist (UCPN-M), were identified as minors or late recruits during the 2007 verification process. “By taking part in this overdue discharge exercise, the parties are fulfilling the agreement that they reached,” Karin Landgren, the Secretary-General’s Special Representative, said at the launch. “The discharge is an important sign of good faith and sincerity, and of commitment to seeing the peace process through to its conclusion.” She underscored that “all of you who take part in making this exercise a success are playing an important part in reinforcing Nepal”s peace process.” A decade-long civil war, claiming some 13,000 lives, ended in 2006 with the signing of a peace accord between the Government and Maoists. After conducting Constituent Assembly elections in May 2008, the nation abolished its 240-year-old monarchy and declared itself a republic. In her address, Ms. Landgren, who heads the UN special political mission in the country (UNMIN), also stressed the importance of cooperation between different groups to ensure peace and stability in Nepal. “No parties should retain the idea of a military or authoritarian solution for this country,” she said. “The only path to durable peace is through negotiation undertaken in a true spirit of compromise and cooperation.” UNMIN and the UN Country Team said in a statement today that they are encouraged by the establishment of a high-level Steering Committee, led by Minister for Peace and Reconstruction Rakam Chemjong, to oversee the process. The Discharge Technical Committee has already begun its work. Both bodies include representatives from the Government, UCPN-M and the UN. The Government’s plan for the discharge and rehabilitation process includes consulting ineligible personnel on different rehabilitation packages. “The United Nations stands ready to provide support and assistance for this important programme to ensure successful rehabilitation of the minors and late recruits into Nepali society in line with international standards,” the statement noted. 11 October 2009The United Nations welcomed today’s re-launching of the discharge and rehabilitation process of over 4,000 former Maoist fighters – including child soldiers – in Nepal, with the world body’s top envoy to the Asian nation calling it an important step forward in the peace process.
While the rest of Europe is steadily progressing towards sustainable forest management, Eastern European countries are facing many challenges in better managing forest products following the restitution of land from the State to their previous owners, the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) said warned today.“It is important for policymakers in these countries to identify ways and means to assist private smallholdings with professional advice, to enable them to take advantage of expanding markets while maintaining forest quality,” FAO Director Forest Products and Economics Division Wulf Killmann told a European forestry commission meeting in Zvolen, Slovakia.The owners of the new holdings, which are often so small that they cannot afford professional advice in a field lacking an established tradition of forest management, are frequently tempted to sell all the timber to the first buyer and then abandon active and responsible management.“Overall, private owners will need further support to manage and market forest products better, so that the private forests may become more economically viable. Safeguarding the environmental and social services of forests is yet another challenge,” Mr. Killmann said.Greater demand for social and environmental benefits from forests, such as water management, soil erosion control and leisure, is expected. Improved policy coordination across sectors will be indispensable, the Agency noted.FAO and the UN Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE) are working with other international organizations and governments to assist in solving problems. “South-eastern Europe and the Commonwealth of Independent States urgently request support for policy changes and institutional reform,” UNECE senior forestry officer Kit Prins said.Countries in the region could benefit from the experience of the new European Union members in adapting to profound changes in their social and economic environments. Increased efforts are also needed to combat forest fires and support forest law enforcement. The Commission meets every two years and is part of a global network of regional forestry commissions which together feed ideas and suggestions to the FAO Committee on Forests, scheduled to meet in March 2007.
‘Reasons for hope’“But”, Mr. Guterres continued, “there are also reasons for hope”, notably in Yemen where breakthrough talks have created an opportunity at least, for peace.The Secretary-General also cited the September agreement signed in Riyadh between Ethiopia and Eritrea, which has eased long-running tensions and brought improved prospects to an entire region as cause for optimism. When international cooperation works, the world wins – UN chiefLikewise, he pointed to the agreement between warring parties in South Sudan which has revitalized chances for peace, “bringing more progress in the past four months than in the previous four years.”The UN was also able to bring countries together in Katowice, Poland, to agree on a programme to implement the Paris Agreement on climate change.“Now we need to increase ambition to beat this existential threat,” asserted Mr. Guterres. “It’s time to seize our last best chance” and “stop uncontrolled and spiraling climate change.”In recent weeks, the UN also oversaw landmark global agreements on migration and refugees, “that will help to save lives and overcome damaging myths.”And people everywhere are mobilizing behind the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), which he called “our global blueprint for peace, justice and prosperity on a healthy planet.”“When international cooperation works, the world wins”, the UN chief stressed.He maintained that in 2019, the UN “will continue to bring people together to build bridges and create space for solutions” , keeping up the pressure for change.“As we begin this New Year, let’s resolve to confront threats, defend human dignity and build a better future – together,” concluded the Secretary-General, wishing the world a peaceful, prosperous and healthy 2019. He reiterated one of his clarion calls during 2018 over climate change, saying that it was still “running faster than we are,” and that deepening geo-political divisions are making conflicts more difficult to resolve.Record numbers of people are moving in search of safety and protection, inequality is growing and “people are questioning a world in which a handful of people hold the same wealth as half of humanity,” he said.Moreover, he stated that intolerance was on the rise while trust is declining.
Ohio State football supporters gave thousands of dollars for the chance to interact with coaches and get their hands on rare memorabilia at a fundraiser for the football team. Almost 1,000 people attended the Coach Meyer Spring Kickoff event Tuesday on the indoor field of the Woody Hayes Athletic Center. Four different items were auctioned off in about 20 minutes and raised more than $20,000. Two autographed pictures of current and former OSU coaches Urban Meyer, Jim Tressel, John Cooper, and Earle Bruce were sold for $7,000 apiece. A Canadian rail trip to Windsor, Toronto, Ottawa, Montreal, and Quebec City sold for $3,500. In addition, a dinner with co-defensive coordinator Luke Fickell and defensive line coach Mike Vrabel was auctioned off for $3,000. Smaller memorabilia items were also up for sale in a silent auction. The event, which took place as a luncheon, included talks from Meyer, Bruce, Cooper, former Heisman Trophy winner Archie Griffin and OSU historian Jack Park. The entire current coaching staff and many members of the team were also in attendance. The football team has been participating in spring drills since March 28 and will conclude the spring season with the Spring Game, scheduled for April 21 at 1:30 p.m at Ohio Stadium. They open their season Sept 1 against Miami (OH) in Ohio Stadium.
Le réchauffement climatique pourrait favoriser l’immigration de 7 millions de MexicainsMexique – D’après une étude menée par trois chercheurs de l’université de Princeton (New Jersey), le réchauffement climatique pourrait engendrer l’émigration vers les États-Unis de 1,4 à 6,7 millions de Mexicains à l’horizon 2080.Selon ce rapport publié par les Annales de l’Académie nationale des sciences des États-Unis (PNAS), c’est le seul déclin de la productivité agricole engendré par le changement climatique qui causerait une telle vague d’immigration. “Selon les différents scénarios de réchauffement et le niveau d’adaptation atteint (…) le changement climatique peut provoquer l’émigration de 1,4 million à 6,7 millions de Mexicains, soit entre 2% et 10% de la population actuelle âgée de 15 à 65 ans, du fait du déclin de la productivité agricole” indique en effet l’étude.Les chercheurs qui ont étudié la sensibilité au changement climatique en termes d’émigration estiment que dans le pire des cas, si les températures devaient monter en moyenne d’un à trois degrés d’ici 2080 sans que des mesures d’adaptation suffisantes aient été prises, le rendement des cultures au Mexique pourrait chuter de 39 à 48%. “Dans ce cas, la hausse de l’émigration à partir du Mexique représenterait entre 7,8 et 9,6% de la population”, prévoient-ils. Or, d’après des statistiques basées sur les chiffres de la population mexicaine actuelle, soit plus de 70 millions d’individus âgés de 15 à 65 ans, ce sont 5,5 à 6,7 millions d’immigrants qui pourraient rejoindre les États-Unis d’ici 70 ans.Des conclusions valables pour de nombreux autres pays en Afrique, en Asie du sud, en Amérique latine et même en Australie. Le Mexique a été choisi pour l’étude car il est l’une des plus importantes sources d’immigration, et parce qu’il subit des changements de températures différents selon les régions.”Nos recherches sont importantes pour parvenir à une perspective globale selon laquelle beaucoup de pays en voie de développement doivent se préparer à un déclin de la production agricole, résultant du réchauffement climatique projeté” alertent les chercheurs.Le 1 août 2010 à 12:13 • Emmanuel Perrin
Des tourteaux de la Baie de Seine intoxiqués aux PCBUne étude réalisée par l’Agence nationale de sécurité sanitaire (Anses) indique que les tourteaux de la Baie de Seine sont contaminés à la dioxine et aux polychlorobiphényles (PCB). L’Agence recommande de ne pas les consommer.La dioxine est un élément polluant et toxique essentiellement issu de l’incinération des déchets. Les polychlorobiphényles (PCB), quant à eux, sont des molécules aujourd’hui interdites qui étaient auparavant utilisées comme lubrifiants dans les transformateurs électriques. En s’accumulant dans les sédiments des fleuves et des estuaires, ces toxiques peuvent être consommés par les poissons et les crustacés et se fixer dans leurs graisses.Mardi, l’Anses a justement fait part d’une étude selon laquelle les tourteaux de la Baie de Seine étaient contaminés à la dioxine et aux PCB. Une étude qui demande par ailleurs à ce que de nouvelles mesures soient réalisées sur l’étrille et l’araignée de mer, tout en confirmant que la sardine, dont la pêche est interdite depuis février 2010, n’est toujours pas conforme. Dès aujourd’hui, l’Agence recommande donc de ne pas consommer de tourteaux. Mais malgré cette découverte, les préfets de Haute et de Basse Normandie n’ont pris aucun arrêté pour interdire la pêche, la vente et la consommation de ces crustacés.”Des denrées alimentaires à risque”Pourtant, l’Anses indique, dans un avis datant du 13 mai, que “les tourteaux sont considérés en moyenne non conformes aux limites réglementaires sur l’ensemble de la Baie de Seine et leurs non commercialisation et non consommation sont recommandées”. La teneur en dioxines et PCB de ces tourteaux dépasse en effet de 63 à 87% la limite réglementaire.À lire aussiLa migration de millions de crabes rouges filmée sur l’île de ChristmasLa Direction interrégionale de la mer, située au Havre, justifie sa tolérance car “les résultats des mesures sont hétérogènes selon les endroits des prélèvements et ont besoin d’être complétés”. Elle juge ainsi “absurde” d’interdire la pêche dans l’ensemble de la Baie de Seine.De son côté, l’association écologiste Robin des Bois regrette que les préfets “tardent” à prendre de tels arrêtés. “Il suffit d’un milliardième de gramme pour transformer un crabe, une anguille, une sardine, un maquereau, en denrée alimentaire à risque”, explique l’association, dans un communiqué. En revanche, les autres espèces pêchées dans la Baie de Seine comme le bar, le hareng, le rouget ou la sole ne sont pas contaminées, selon l’Anses.Le 27 juillet 2011 à 20:32 • Maxime Lambert
OLYMPIA — The House on Wednesday approved its education funding proposal, but majority Democrats haven’t yet decided how to pay for the plan, which has a price tag of more than $7 billion over the next four years.The bill ultimately passed on a 50-47 party line vote after lawmakers had to redo the vote because two Republicans initially accidentally vote in favor. The chamber’s action comes just weeks after the Republican-led Senate passed its own plan. Both sides will now need to negotiate a final compromise.“Is it perfect, no. Do we have a lot of work to do? We absolutely do,” said Democratic Rep. Kristine Lytton. “This is really hard work but I know we’re up to the task.”Lawmakers are working to comply with a 2012 state Supreme Court ruling that they must fully fund the state’s basic education system. The court has set a deadline of Sept. 1, 2018 fully fund education, but has said that the details of how to do that – as well as how lawmakers will pay for it – must be in place before the Legislature adjourns this year.Lawmakers have already put more than $2 billion toward the issue since the ruling, but the biggest piece remaining of the court order is figuring out how much the state must provide for teacher salaries. School districts currently pay a big chunk of those salaries with local property-tax levies.
However, one night, when the crew part ways, the smallest, Will, is attacked by a shadowy monster that’s far worse than those found in their dice-rolling game. Will’s disappearance kicks off the odd events that leave the small town battered and bruised for years to come.Meet ElevenWhile a town-wide search for Will ensues, we meet a young, near-mute girl with an unmissable shaved head, hospital gown and, oh yes, the ability to move objects with her mind. Using that power to evade capture by generic government agents, she ends up meeting the boys mid-search for Will in the woods. They nickname her Eleven or El, after the number mysteriously tattooed on her arm, and Will secretly provides her sanctuary in his parents’ basement.Poor Barb. Netflix A second victimWhile a frantic Will’s mom and the Hawkins Police Department Chief Jim Hopper — who himself suffered the bereavement of his daughter to cancer — lead the search for Will, Nancy Wheeler, Mike’s older sister, and her best friend Barb nip out to a pool party at Nancy’s boyfriend’s house. Occupied by Steve Harrington and his immaculate quiff, Nancy fails to notice her best friend’s violent abduction by what is dubbed a Demogorgon, essentially a Guillermo del Toro Pale Man with a venus flytrap for a head. It drags Barb away to the Upside Down, a frightening alternate dimension steeped in constant midnight hues.Will communicates from the Upside DownChristmas lights have never been more essential than when Will uses them to somehow communicate from the Upside Down with Joyce Byers, his ever-crazed-seeming mom. He flicks the Christmas decorations on and off to correspond with letters Joyce has etched onto their living room wall, cementing in her mind that he’s still alive. Now playing: Watch this: Tags 59 Photos See all the Stranger Things season 3 photos More Strange Things TV and Movies ‘Will’ is foundThe town’s search leads to the local reservoir, where state troopers rescue a child’s body from the water. It’s upsetting, to say the least, for the boys, but they, like Hopper, suspect foul play. Swiftly following up on the mysterious body, Hopper exposes it to be a dummy. Netflix Government agents go after ElWith the conspiracy in full swing, government agents get a whiff that El, or Jane as her real name is revealed to be, is living with Mike. They and their fleet of white vans go after the friends, but before they can kidnap El again — she was taken as a baby by the evil Dr. Brenner from her now near-brain-dead birth mother, Terry Ives — El uses her superpowered mind to spectacularly flip one of the vans, allowing the friends to escape and find a hiding place at Hawkins Middle School.El finds WillThe boys, with the help of Hopper and their baffled science teacher, utilize a paddle pool, goggles and duct tape to build a way for El to amplify her powers to search the Upside Down for Will. But first, the bad news. Barb, El discovers, didn’t make it, and justice for her death will have to wait for season 2. The good news is that El finds Will, unconscious, but still alive. All Hopper and Joyce have to do now is race over to Hawkins Lab and through the entrance to the Upside Down.Good riddance. Netflix Battle with the DemogorgonWith Hopper and Joyce preoccupied with safely rescuing Will, the government agents, working with Hawkins Lab, swarm the school. Blood is spilled, attracting the Demogorgon, who’s immune to Lucas’ slingshotted rocks, but not to the fierce El, who disintegrates the monster, but heartbreakingly is nowhere to be seen in the ensuing cloud of debris.The aftermathIt’s several months later and Will is returned to his family, though the effects of his trauma remain. This is no clearer than when he burps up a black slug — not ideal after everything he’s already been through. There is a positive, however, when it comes to El. Hopper, trekking alone through the woods, deposits her favorite food — Eggos — in a drop box, leaving us more than hopeful we’ll see our small but mighty hero once again.Season 2There’s Will, having fun on the left. Netflix Another, bigger monsterOne year later, everything is seemingly back to arcade games, bike riding and plentiful use of the word “dingus.” However, poor Will, still not out of the goo-encrusted woods, is struck by a vision of a behemoth spider-like shadow monster looming over the town.New facesTwo new transfer students zoom in from California: the Camaro-driving Billy and skateboard-riding Maxine or Max. He’s the mullet-rocking bad boy and she’s “Madmax,” hijacker of high scores at the local arcade. Meanwhile, Joyce is dating the nerdy but sweet Bob, a guy she knew from school and who manages the local radio shack.Rotting pumpkinsThe vegetable mystery is not the Halloween farmer-wars Hopper first suspects. He’s called out to investigate a pumpkin patch, where every single one has inexplicably rotted black. After further investigation, he discovers the problem stems from, unsurprisingly, the ever-troublesome Hawkins Lab. Netflix El’s aliveAfter finding herself in the Upside Down as a result of her battle with the Demogorgon, she tears open a door to return to Hawkins. Then, surviving in the woods off eating squirrels and swiping a stranger’s coat, she discovers Hopper’s drop box food gifts and the two end up living together in a secluded cabin. Despite TV access, the need to stay hidden from relentless government agents and a supply of Eggos, El suffers extreme cabin fever and won’t last being away from Mike for long.The monster hates heatJoyce and Hopper face the troubling prospect of Will’s new art hobby: using up all the black pencils to draw the shadow monster from the Upside Down. Hopper, figuring out the map hidden in the drawings, digs into one of the desiccated pumpkin patches and uncovers the monster’s tunnels. Taking no notice of the danger, Hopper jumps in only to be knocked out by toxic gas. Joyce and Bob rescue him just in time from Hawkins Lab, whose hazmat-suited employees set out to burn the monster’s heat-hating tunnels.Trouble for WillMeanwhile, Will, who’s clearly been inhabited by the monster, convulses in shared pain. The monster, dubbed the Mind Flayer, calls all its quadruped lizard-dog mashups dubbed the Demo-Dogs, from around Hawkins to the hospital holding Will.El’s field tripUnaware of these goings on, El nips out to visit her mom, then ends up getting swept up in the activities of a gang of masked misfit kids. One of them bares a tattoo like El’s, except hers says “008.” It turns out she too was tortured in the same lab as El, but after further developing her powers, El must say no to her sister’s vendetta against killing those responsible.Bob! You didn’t suck. You ruled. Netflix Bob’s deathScientists and soldiers are strewn in a bloodbath at the hospital. Bob, the hero we all knew he was, sneaks through the carnage into the security room and successfully opens a path for Joyce, Hopper, Mike, Will and Dr. Owens, Will’s PTSD doctor, to escape. However, in doing so, Bob is set upon by the Demo-Dogs, his body gruesomely ripped apart. Poor Bob.Will’s exorcismUsing the one thing they know hurts the shadow monster, Joyce, Jonathan and Nancy hit the possessed Will with a red-hot fireplace poker and send the monster tornadoing out of his body, freeing him at last.What an image. Netflix El closes the gateMeanwhile, El and Hopper descend into Hawkins Lab, finding the sinewy, glowing gate to the Upside Down. El, blood streaming from her nose, uses her powers to seal the gate shut while a Rambo-channeling Hopper shoots down attacking Demo-Dogs.Justice for Bob and BarbIn the aftermath a month later, our departed heroes see the justice they deserve. The government is forced to admit its role in the death of Barb and Bob, and Hawkins Lab is shut down for good.A happy ending… for now. Netflix Sealed with a kissAt the school’s “Snowball,” relationships bloom, starting with the newest couple Lucas and Max, and then Mike and El, who share their first kiss. Yet that adorable sweetness is swiftly cancelled out by a final ominous image of the massive Mind Flayer looming over the Upside Down version of the town.That’s it! You’re up to speed for the next Summer-filled, ’80s-mining bonanza that is Stranger Things, season 3, out on Netflix July 4. Netflix Post a comment Share your voice Originally published July 1. 0 Stranger Things introduced Eleven, our very cosplayable hero. Netflix Stranger Things is back. It’s so close to being actually back. If you planned ahead, you might have already done a cheeky rewatch of the show, but let’s be real here: who has time for that. Good news is we have you covered with a neat and tidy recap of absolutely everything you need to know in the lead up to Season 3.When does it start? Head here to figure out when the show drops in your timezone.Keen to know if Season 3 is actually going to be good? We have a full review here.Now for the recap!Season 1Lucas, Dustin, Mike and El. But no Will. Netflix Will disappearsCast your mind back to the very first episode, when we first heard Kyle Dixon and Michael Stein’s swirling synth soundtrack and met the aforementioned Dungeons & Dragons-playing best friends. The nerdy but cool Mike, Will, Dustin and Lucas slay imaginary monsters from a saturated brown basement in ’80s-set Hawkins, Indiana. 2:33 Stranger Things season 3: Everything to know Stranger Things 3 review: A stunning return to form Spoilers are everywhere. Here’s how to avoid them 11 cool products to turn you Upside Down for season 3
Kolkata: A group of students from Saint Xavier’s Collegiate School, along with few of their teachers, were shown the Traffic Control Room (TCR) at Lalbazar on Saturday and were sensitised about the traffic norms on Saturday.According to sources, on Saturday afternoon, 40 students and few teachers of Saint Xavier’s Collegiate School were taken to the TCR as part of their educational tour. During their visit, they were told about the functions of the Traffic Control Room. A police official was in-charge of briefing the students and teachers. Also Read – Rs 13,000 crore investment to provide 2 lakh jobs: MamataFollowing this, the students learnt about the use of modern technology involved in the management of traffic. They were briefed about how the equipment, such as speed laser gun, speed camera, breath analyzer and others, functioned. Also, they were shown how the traffic signals turned red to green and vice versa. They also interacted with Deputy Commissioner, Traffic, Pandey Santosh. During the interaction, several questions were put across to Santosh. A few of them were about driving licenses and traffic congestion in the city. “Few of the students asked how congestion occurs and how we manage to tackle the situation. They also asked about how a driving license can be obtained and other related questions. They were also shown how our Red Light Violation Detector (RLVD), speed camera and other equipment work. We also had a brief discussion with the teachers about traffic congestion during the rush hours,” said Santosh.
News | Prostate Cancer | October 17, 2018 Boston Scientific Closes Acquisition of Augmenix Inc. Boston Scientific Corp. announced the close of its acquisition of Augmenix Inc., developer of the SpaceOAR Hydrogel… read more News | March 12, 2009 Bionix Releases Affordable Vacuum Bag Adapter News | Patient Positioning Radiation Therapy | September 07, 2018 Boston Scientific to Acquire Augmenix Inc. Boston Scientific has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Augmenix Inc., a privately-held company which has… read more News | Patient Positioning Radiation Therapy | July 19, 2019 Stronger Distribution Networks to Bolster Radiotherapy Patient Positioning Accessories A recent study projects global market revenues for radiotherapy patient positioning accessories will exceed revenues of… read more News | Patient Positioning Radiation Therapy | August 15, 2019 Mevion and C-RAD Release Integration for Improved Proton Therapy Treatment Quality Mevion Medical Systems and C-RAD announced the integration between the C-RAD Catalyst PT and the Mevion S250i proton… read more News | Patient Positioning Radiation Therapy | August 07, 2019 Qfix kVue One Proton Couch Top Validated by Mevion Medical Systems Qfix and Mevion Medical Systems announced that a special version of the kVue One Proton couch top is now both validated… read more News | Radiation Therapy | August 02, 2019 Varian Showcases Cancer Care Systems and Software at AAPM 2019 Varian showcased systems and software from its cancer care portfolio, including the Identify Guidance System, at the… read more Technology | Quality Assurance (QA) | July 27, 2018 IBA Dosimetry Launches SmartScan Automated and Guided Beam Commissioning Solution IBA (Ion Beam Applications S.A.) announced the market launch of its new SmartScan solution at the 60th annual American… read more News | Patient Positioning Radiation Therapy | October 25, 2018 Brainlab Introduces ExacTrac Dynamic at ASTRO 2018 Brainlab unveiled ExacTrac Dynamic at the American Society for Radiation Oncology (ASTRO) meeting, Oct. 21-24 in San… read more March 12, 2009 – Bionix Radiation Therapy released its T-form SecureVac Box Adapter is a replacement of the current carbon fiber adapter which aids in the positioning of vacuum bags. By placing your vacuum bag over the T-Form SecureVac Box Adapter, the vacuum bag will form around the adapter creating an outline of the adapter. This will create secure repositioning of your vacuum bag throughout the course of treatment. The T-Form reportedly features an affordable selling price, 3-year warranty, a lightweight design and MR compatibility. The T-Form line features four immediately available products including; The Prone Breast System, Pelvis Belly Plus System, T-Form Head & Neck and the T-Form SecureVac Box Adapter. For more information: www.BionixRT.com FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 Dr. Elizabeth Chabner Explains a Radiation Therapy Bra at ASTRO 2018Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 1:36Loaded: 10.22%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -1:36 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedAudio Trackdefault, selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsReset restore all settings to the default valuesDoneClose Modal DialogEnd of dialog window.Close Modal DialogThis is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button. Related Content Videos | Radiation Therapy | October 29, 2018 VIDEO: FDA-cleared Bra Helps Improve Breast Positioning During Radiation Therapy Elizabeth Chabner-Thompson read more News | Patient Positioning Radiation Therapy | July 03, 2019 Civco Displaying Universal Couchtop ProForm Head & Neck Solution at AAPM The upcoming release of Civco’s Universal Couchtop ProForm Head & Neck Solution will allow proton therapy centers… read more Catalyst PT image courtesy of C-RAD
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Videos | Radiology Business | August 02, 2019 VIDEO: Key Topics for Radiology Administrators at AHRA 2019 Association for Medical Imaging Management (AHRA) President … read more News | Artificial Intelligence | August 27, 2018 RSNA Announces Pneumonia Detection Machine Learning Challenge Teams will develop algorithms to identify and localize pneumonia in chest X-rays Feature | August 05, 2019 | Dave Fornell, Editor Most Popular Radiology and Radiotherapy Topics in July 2019 August 5, 2019 — Here is the list of the most popular content on the Imaging Technology New (ITN) magazine website fr read more Videos | Radiographic Fluoroscopy (RF) | August 09, 2019 VIDEO: Demonstration of the Shimadzu FluoroSpeed X1 Radiographic Fluoroscopy System Shimadzu displayed the FluoroSpeed X1 conventional radiographic fluoroscopy (RF) system at the Association for Medica read more August 27, 2018 — The Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) has launched its second annual machine learning challenge. The RSNA Pneumonia Detection challenge invites teams to develop algorithms to identify and localize pneumonia in chest X-rays.“The expectation that artificial intelligence [AI] will soon provide valuable tools for radiology continues to grow,” said Luciano Prevedello, M.D., MPH, chief of the Division of Medical Imaging Informatics at The Ohio State University and chair of the Machine Learning Steering Subcommittee of the RSNA Radiology Informatics Committee (RIC). “By organizing machine learning data challenges, RSNA is playing an important role in fostering and demonstrating these capabilities.”A machine learning data challenge is a competition among AI researchers to create applications that perform a defined task according to specified performance measures. The Pneumonia Detection challenge will be based on a publicly available dataset published by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) that has been carefully annotated by multiple expert reviewers. The RSNA Machine Learning Steering Subcommittee collaborated with volunteer specialists from the Society of Thoracic Radiology to annotate the dataset, identifying abnormal areas in the lung images and assessing the probability of pneumonia.“A successful Machine Learning challenge needs to begin with a data set accurate and large enough to provide ‘ground truth,’” said Safwan Halabi, M.D., medical director of radiology informatics at Stanford University and chair of the Machine Learning Data Standards Subcommittee of the RIC. “Developers build their applications by training them on the dataset and challenge organizers use a segment of the dataset to measure their performance.”This year’s challenge will be conducted using the competition platform provided by Kaggle Inc., a subsidiary of Alphabet Inc., which is also the parent company of Google. The Kaggle platform will provide a home page for the challenge, controlled access to the challenge datasets, a discussion forum for participants and the repository where they submit their results. Kaggle has recognized the RSNA Pneumonia Detection Challenge as a public good and will provide $30,000 in prize money for the winning entries.The challenge will have two phases: training and evaluation. During the training phase, which starts Aug. 27 and runs until Oct. 17, participants will use the training portion of the dataset to develop algorithms that duplicate the annotations provided by the radiologist observers. In the evaluation phase, which runs Oct. 18-24, participants will run their algorithms on the testing portion of the dataset, from which the annotations are withheld. Oct. 24 is the deadline for submission of test results, which will then be compared to the “ground-truth” values supplied by the annotations of the expert observers to determine the winners. The results will be announced in early November, and the top submissions will be recognized Nov. 26 in a session at the Machine Learning Showcase during the RSNA 2018 annual meeting, Nov. 25-30 in Chicago.Last year’s challenge had more than 200 participants, many of whom formed teams comprising both data scientists and radiologists. “Radiologists have a critical role to play in the challenge, even if they don’t have extensive experience with machine learning,” Prevedello said. “They can provide insight, based on their clinical experience, to refine or supplement the annotations on the training data set and help developers identify systematic errors in the results of their algorithms.”Radiologists interested in participating can set up a free account on the Kaggle site and express their interests and qualifications in the forum for the RSNA Pneumonia Detection challenge.For more information: www.kaggle.com/c/rsna-pneumonia-detection-challengeRelated Artificial Intelligence ContentRSNA Launches Artificial Intelligence Initiatives for 2018 and Beyond FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 News | Artificial Intelligence | August 13, 2019 Artificial Intelligence Could Yield More Accurate Breast Cancer Diagnoses University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) researchers have developed an artificial intelligence (AI) system that… read more The top piece of content in July was a video interview explaining how Princess Margaret Cancer Center is using machine learning to create automated treatment plans. 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A Latvian man arrested on Sunday in connection with the murder of Pontian Greek Ernesto Leonides, 47, on Thursday in Limassol was remanded for five days in court on Monday morning.Police arrested the 36-year-old suspect when he was trying to leave from Paphos airport.His car had allegedly been used by three other suspects, both before and during the murder.A 32-year-old Latvian woman was also arrested on Monday afternoon.In court the man claimed he had bought the vehicle from a car rental company run by a Georgian and two other men who have been in police custody since last week. Both were remanded for eight days on Friday.The Latvian further claimed he lent the car to the man from whom he had bought it.He then testified that he called the Georgian from the airport to see if something had happened to his car, and said he deleted the calls when he realised something bad might be involved.The investigator explained that the car, a Range Rover, was seen on CCTV with the three people who are believed to have committed the murder in it on February 6 and 7, and in the tourist area of Germasoyia 20 minutes before the victim was shot.Three people are wanted by police, a 25-year-old Russian who is the brother of the man already in custody, the 28-year-old Georgian the Latvian lent his vehicle to and a 57-year-old Georgian who is allegedly one of the people who ate with the victim and then left the scene.According to the 25-year-old’s testimony the 32-year-old Latvian woman was instructed to take back the car used to transport Leonides.Police are also looking for the details on the three killers and the second person who ate with Leonides.Both the detained suspects have denied their involvement in the murder of Leonides, and claim they were only transporting the three other suspects to lunch.The two men in custody have told authorities that they were at a restaurant next-door to the one where the murder occurred and that once they heard the shouting and gunshots they attempted to flee on foot, leaving the car at the scene. The car was then picked up by the woman who worked at the rental agency.However, the suspects’ stories regarding their abandonment of the scene did not match, according to CNA, with the first saying they left on foot and returned home, and the other saying that he called the suspect’s brother to pick them up.You May LikeDr. Marty ProPower Plus Supplement3 Dangerous Foods People Feed Their Dogs (Without Realizing It)Dr. Marty ProPower Plus SupplementUndoPopularEverythingColorado Mom Adopted Two Children, Months Later She Learned Who They Really ArePopularEverythingUndoSecurity SaversWindows Users Advised To Do This TodaySecurity SaversUndo Turkish Cypriot actions in Varosha ‘a clear violation’ of UN resolutions, Nicosia saysUndoConcern over falling tourism numbersUndoPensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoby Taboolaby Taboola
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