Categories: Interview

ESOI-EORTC Workshop on Imaging in Assessing Response to Cancer Therapy - A Participant's Perspective

Following the conclusion of the ESOI-EORTC Workshop on Imaging in Assessing Response to Cancer Therapy in Munich, we were keen to gather feedback…

Improving Cancer Care Through Standardization: Interview with Prof. Thomas Kröncke on the BZKF Project BORN

The Bavaria-wide oncological radiology network (BORN) Project was launched on August 1, 2022, with the objective of improving cancer care in Bavaria…

Fostering Consistent Application and Interpretation of the Treatment Response Criteria Across Europe and Beyond

Last week Mint Medical supported an ESOI-EORTC joint hands-on course on imaging in assessing response to cancer therapy - a yearly event that took…

The challenges of TNM-staging for head and neck tumors - Interview with Prof. Dr. Beer

Next to clinical examination and endoscopy, cross-sectional imaging plays an important role in the diagnosis of head and neck tumors. Moreover, the…

The Mint Experience of Dr. Stephen Raskin, Sheba Medical Center in Tel Aviv

From my initial experience with mint Lesion™ software, and over the time I have been using it, I have been pleased with the software and come to…

MROC: The Impact of mpMRI on the Staging and Management of Patients with Suspected or Confirmed OC

Funded by the National Institute of Health Research (NIHR) and sponsored by the Imperial College London, the MROC study boasts impressive figures: 645…

mint PI-RADS V2 report as the standard for communication with urologists - Interview with PD Dr. Röthke

Since the beginning of 2017, all PI-RADS v2 reads are exclusively performed with mint Lesion™ by PD Dr. Matthias Röthke, Chief Medical Officer at…

Pancreas staging in clinical routine at University Hospital Innsbruck - Interview with PD Dr. Widmann

The University Hospital in Innsbruck, Austria, has been using mint Lesion™ since mid-2015 with the initial focus on clinical trials in order to…

6 years of Mint at University Hospital Basel - Interview with PD Dr. Tobias Heye

Since the end of 2011, mint Lesion™ has been in use at the University Hospital in Basel, Switzerland, – initially merely as a tool for clinical…