Monthly Archives: October 2014
Misconceptions that are leading research in the wrong direction can be identified with an in-depth investigation. Two methods that can help to identify misconceptions are: a) by asking simple questions and b) MACRO misconceptions can be identified by analyzing past trends/results.
We are guests on this planet only for a few decades and cannot take with us the money we have accumulated or the positions of power achieved, used by some to take advantage of, to oppress or simply to bully others; however, we can be remembered and leave a legacy of being some or all of these: compassionate, sensible, kind, generous, loving, humanitarian, responsible, respectful, having integrity, ethical, for having shared a meal and joyful experiences with others and for standing up for what is right!
George Alfakhri & Katia Parodi, Chair and Deputy Chair of the 2014 IEEE-MIC (Medical Imaging Conference), DENY TRANSPARENCY in SCIENCE, rejecting a workshop that let scientists question each other in a public forum on how their project/idea/invention compares to other projects in reducing cancer deaths and cost. This is damaging taxpayers in a cover up of the scientific knowledge known for over 10 years proving that healthcare costs could have been reduced and millions of lives could have been saved but these benefits were denied to humanity to protect the power and money interests of a few. Continue reading
To cure the problem of funding applications of the invention in particle detection combined with inventions in Medical Imaging that can benefit saving millions of lives and reducing healthcare costs, it is necessary to eliminate the inconsistencies by implementing TRANSPARENCY in SCIENCE in the field of early cancer detection. Continue reading
It has been known for 68 years that early cancer detection can save lives, but currently there is no effective medical imaging device that can detect cancer in all organs of the body with a single examination.
Who’s expert can make a major improvement in the devices for early cancer detection? The oncologist? The biologist? The chemist? The Doctor? Or do we need a breakthrough in medical imaging devices that should be more efficient in detecting cancer at an early stage, in all organs of the body, with a single exam, at a low radiation dose, and at a low examination cost? Continue reading
How TRANSPARENCY in SCIENCE would benefit humanity in a significant reduction of cancer deaths and cost
The questions Crosetto asked CERN Director of Research, S. Bertolucci, on January 12, 2011, led Bertolucci to state that CERN was developing components useful for improving medical imaging. Continue reading
How TRANSPARENCY in SCIENCE would benefit humanity to advance in science in discovering new particles
In the following you will find some examples of the benefits you could receive by supporting TRANSPARENCY in SCIENCE and an open, public debate on how to maximize the use of your money to advance science in the discovery of new particles and in the reduction of cancer deaths and cost. Continue reading