Hacking, the unauthorized access to data, is common these days. There are no federal requirements for cybersecurity standards on hospital equipment, which means once these machines are on a hospital’s network – and there are thousands in every hospital. Billy Rios, a cybersecurity expert, says most are easily hacked. Settings and critical information can be changed. Read the article here.
Scientists at Lawson Health Research Institute in London are the first in Canada to capture prostate cancer images using a new molecule. Known as a Prostate Specific Membrane Antigen (PSMA) probe, the new molecule is used in Positron Emissions Tomography (PET) scans. The probe targets PSMA, a unique molecule on prostate cancer cells, to provide highly specific images for better diagnosis and management of patient disease. Read the article here.