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  • Frequently Asked MRI Questions

Frequently Asked MRI Questions

It's normal to get nervous or confused when a doctor recommends an MRI scan. We understand they can seem foreign to many, so we took the time to answer the most common MRI questions. We hope these will answer your questions and give you a peace of mind before your scan. 

  • Migraines The How And Why

Migraines: The How and Why?

Are you one of the 300 million people that suffer from intense, throbbing headaches? Do they make you nauseated, sick, or sensitive to light? Unfortunately, migraines cannot be cured with painkillers or a few deep breaths. If you or someone you know suffers from migraines, here’s more information about what causes them, what research is being done to understand them, and how to treat them.

Dr. Sherr Awarded 25-Year Pin

Dr. David Sherr of Rosetta Radiology was recently awarded the 25-year pin from the largest and most prestigious Oncology organization, ASTRO (American Society for Radiation Oncology). He was honored for this award last month at ASTRO’s 54th annual convention held in Boston, MA.
Certified in Radiation Oncology by the American Board of Radiology in 1987, Dr. Sherr was later awarded fellowship in the American College of Radiology in 2006. He has also been recognized for publishing over 20 papers in medical literature and has presented his work at numerous major, medical meetings.

Dr. Sherr has received a number of awards and recognitions […]

Making Strides

We are proud to be a part of the American Cancer Society’s Annual Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walk. The event will be held on October 21, 2012 in Central Park, Manhattan. With our team name, Rosetta Rads, we are radical in their belief that a cure for Breast Cancer is coming and that early detection equals positive outcomes. This year, we are hoping to raise $2500.
We have participation from their entire staff and would like to invite you to join their team and donate to this cause. To join or donate on behalf of the Rosetta Rads go onto […]

Latest Breast Cancer Discovery: Four New Classifications

On Sunday, it was reported by a group of scientists who just completed an analysis of breast cancer genetics, that they could classify breast cancer into four major new classes.  Scientists hope that this will lead to even more effective treatments.  Some of the findings also hinted that one of the classifications may be more susceptible to a drug that they use to fight ovarian cancer.
The study was published by the journal Nature and focuses on the biological details of tumors, whereas, in the past they focus on where the cancer arises.  The scientists are hoping that this study helps […]

New Study

Rosetta Radiology highlights a new radiation oncology technique designed to benefit patients with breast cancer. As an advanced diagnostic imaging center specializing in radiation oncology treatments, Rosetta Radiology is at the forefront of technology and care. Today, we are highlighting a new study that was recently performed by Dr. Silvia Formenti, the chairwoman of the department of radiation oncology and associate director at the New York University Cancer Institute.
This new study treats breast cancer patients who usually receive radiation therapy while placed in a supine (face-up) position; a more comfortable position that excludes the benefits that the prone (face-down) […]

Featured in Imaging Economics

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Featured in Imaging Economics, Rosetta Radiology offeres an afforadable and comfortable mammogram. Check out the article!