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A Call for the Uptake of Modern Imaging

News   Nov 19, 2018 | Original story from the Institute of Cancer Research

 
High-Tech Scans Should be Used More in Prostate Cancer

Whole body MRI scans of a breast cancer patient, assessed by two observers, to measure tumours in the patient’s bones. The software could help clinicians reliably assess how bone disease changes over time. Image credit: Blackledge et al 2016

 
 
 

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