A new technology called acoustic cluster therapy (ACT) may make ultrasound useful in cancer treatment as well, according to an announcement from the Translational Genomics Research Institute (TGen). ACT could target cancer cells by concentrating the direction of chemotherapies, allowing the treatments to become more effective and less toxic, according to the release. Read more . . .
Ultrasound technology is versatile tool that can be used for imaging organs, monitoring fetuses, reducing pain, checking blood flow, and breaking up kidney stones.