Although imaging studies available to cancer treatment teams are each highly useful individually — CT and MR for anatomical detail and PET for functional activity with the body — Tim Fox, Ph.D., a medical physicist and associate professor of radiation oncology, knew that viewed collectively, and within the treatment planning system, they could be even more valuable. Here's what happened next.
With higher yields, a longer grocery shelf life and a uniform size, the North Carolina State University's Covington sweet potato has become a preferred variety of farmers, wholesalers and retailers — just in time to meet American's growing demand for this healthy root vegetable.
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