CINJ visiting scientist receives International U.

Qin and colleagues investigated the motion design and magnitude of liver tumors and the correlation with external surrogates. Their research figured direct inner monitoring of liver tumors may be required for improved motion management. Ning J. Yue, PhD, FAAPM, who leads the radiation physics group at The Tumor Institute of NJ and may be the vice chair and chief of physics at RWJMS, collaborated on the task with Qin. It is vital to recognize young scientists in this way, as they are the future of radiation oncology investigation. Dr. Qin's study represents the foundation of advances to come in our field, in fact it is exciting to see he’s receiving international reputation for his efforts.We expect early next season to learn whether this ongoing computes or not. One could end up being hopeful that it represents a fresh treatment, Dr. Retailers said.

CTI deposits $10.6 million with U.S. Lender National Association, completes pension of 7.5 percent convertible senior notes Cell Therapeutics, Inc. today announced that it provides deposited $10.6 million in cash as trust funds with U.S. Lender National Association, as the trustee of the outstanding 7.5 percent convertible senior notes , which can be an amount adequate to pay and discharge the entire amount due on the Notes, including accrued and unpaid interest.