Radiation Oncology
The challenge every radiation oncology department faces is to destroy cancer cells and stop the growth of the tumor while limiting harm to nearby healthy tissue. Accuracy is measured in millimeters, and the precision of the CT simulation will...
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Beekley Culture
Turns out money does buy happiness. The kicker, of course, is that it depends how one spends that money. Believe it or not, people are happier spending money on others rather than on themselves, regardless of the amount. This is what...
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Corporate News
The 4th Annual Beekley Designer Handbag Bingo event raised the bar once again by bringing in more donation money than the prior years. Thanks to our guests for helping in this achievement where 100% of proceeds go to The Beekley Health & Wellness...
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Radiation Oncology
The goal of the radiation therapist is to accurately locate the central axis or zero slice on the tumor field for treatment planning. A skin marker with a distinct shape that clearly defines the area of focus as you are scrolling through the images...
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Anxiousness
When you give birth and become a mom, you can most likely recall the sound of the first cry, glimpse, and embrace of your baby.  If you are like me… you also remember the great and not-so-great experiences during your hospital stay.  I...
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Breast Imaging
Just in case you didn't know it - the month of October is designated National Breast Cancer Awareness Month.  The sea of pink from professional sports arenas to right in your workplace should have given it away. We at Beekley Corporation are...
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It's not a question you hear everyday, but each September, the goal is that more women will be better informed to answer that question. If you are seeing teal ribbons around your town, as I do in mine, this signifies your town’s involvement in Turn...
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Radiation Oncology
Temporary marks are an important part of CT simulation, allowing for accurate and reproducible set-ups for treatment. However, temporary marks are only helpful if they stay on the patient. Otherwise, the patient will need to be re-simulated...
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Corporate News
“It's tradition that each year we kick off the handbag bingo event by asking cancer survivors to stand and we give them a round of applause. It’s shocking to see so many people stand up, but beautiful at the same time. It’s not about how many people...
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