BREAST CANCER SCREENING – Despite the news, Screening Makes Sense for Patients 40 Years and Older

BREAST CANCER SCREENING Despite the news, Screening Makes Sense for Patients 40 Years and Older –  Claudia Fosket MD Breast cancer is the second-leading cause of death among women but its rate has decreased by almost 30% since 1990. Regarding the recent controversy involving screening mammography, the facts are irrefutable.… Read More

VASCULAR & INTERVENTIONAL RADIOLOGY – Peripheral Arterial Disease: What It is and How to Treat It

VASCULAR & INTERVENTIONAL RADIOLOGYPeripheral Arterial Disease: What It is and How to Treat It – Dr. Al Benedicto Peripheral arterial disease (also known as PAD) is a common malady that affects the arteries to the limbs. Atherosclerosis is the most common disease affecting the lower extremity arteries. The process starts… Read More