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New AI Study Diagnoses Prostate Cancer With Near-Perfect Accuracy

News   Jul 29, 2020 | Original story from UPMC

 
New AI Study Diagnoses Prostate Cancer With Near-Perfect Accuracy

Prostate biopsy with cancer probability (blue is low, red is high). This case was originally diagnosed as benign but changed to cancer upon further review. The AI accurately detected cancer in this tricky case. Credit: Ibex Medical Analytics

 
 
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