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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…

Study with mint Lesion™ Uncovers the Impact of Tumor Growth Rate in Predicting the Efficacy of CAR-T-cell Therapy in Lymphoma Patients

A recent study conducted by Dr. med. Michael Winkelmann and his colleagues at the LMU Klinikum München explored the association between TGR dynamics…

Study Analyzing the Tumor Growth Rate as a Prognostic Biomarker in Lymphoma Patients Under CAR T-Cell Therapy

University Hospital Munich (LMU): Study Analyzing the Tumor Growth Rate as a Prognostic Biomarker in Lymphoma Patients Under CAR T-Cell Therapy

A recent study[1] conducted by researchers at the University Hospital Munich (LMU) investigated the role of tumor growth rate (TGR) in predicting the…

Advancing Neuro-Oncology Assessments: Mint Medical to Integrate Newly Published RANO 2.0 Criteria into mint Lesion™

Glioblastomas and other gliomas are the most common malignant primary brain tumor types, yet few effective therapies are available. Clinical research…

Study Highlights the Potential of Radiomics in Medical Intervention

A recent study conducted by the Medical University of Innsbruck highlights the potential of radiomics in exploring the impacts of Radiochemotherapy…

New Technique Speeds Up Whole-Body MRI for Children Without Sacrificing Image Quality, Study Finds

As we mark Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, we would like to highlight the progress achieved in the realm of cancer diagnostics. A recent study led…

Study Discovers Overdiagnosis of Progressive Cancer in Routine Clinical Evaluations

A recent retrospective study led by Dr. Marilyn J. Siegel and her team at the Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis has shed light on…

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…

Structure, Gather, and Share Data Faster with the mint Lesion™ Browser-Based Application

Whether in clinical routine, in clinical trials or in clinical research, mint Lesion™ is a reliable and strong supporter of its users’ individual…