ICIS looks at whether imaging improves survival

Outgoing president Professor Vincent Chong (right) hands over the ICIS parrot to incoming president Dr Anwar Padhani.


The 11th Society Meeting and Annual Teaching Course of the International Cancer Imaging Society (ICIS) took place in Copenhagen in October.  Delegates from 29 countries attended the three-day conference that included keynote lectures to address integrating morphological and functional imaging in assessment to treatment response, and whether imaging can help improve survival for cancer patients. 


Dr Michael King was the recipient of the ICIS Gold Medal 2011 in recognition of his outstanding contribution as treasurer of the society over many years.


See the full report on page 8 of the December 2011 issue of RAD Magazine.




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