Novel Technique Improves MRI in Prostate Cancer Diagnosis and Treatment

Novel Technique Improves MRI in Prostate Cancer Diagnosis and Treatment
A recent study published in Scientific Reports by Georgia State University researchers reports the development of a new imaging agent technique that improves the use of MRI to quantitatively trace dynamic changes in biomarkers of prostate cancer, allowing both the possibility of early detection and of evaluating disease progression and drug treatment without the side effects associated with radiation. In the study titled

Knowledge is power when living with prostate cancer.

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