Radiology Saved My Life

As a software developer at the American Board of Radiology, it seemed almost poetic when my doctor sent me for a precautionary MRI in the summer of 2015.
As an organization that serves around 60,000 diplomates from four distinct fields, we at the American Board of Radiology depend on volunteers to help fulfill our mission.
When our Online Longitudinal Assessment was introduced in January, one of its most important features was an ability to collect observations from you, the people who use the system.
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