New research has found that using an advanced MRI technique may enable doctors to pinpoint potentially aggressive or fast-growing cancers and guide treatment pathways.
A type of specialist MRI scan has been recommended as one of the first tests for diagnosing people with suspected prostate cancer
MRI scans can identify around a quarter of men who have raised PSA levels but who do not have prostate cancer, according to new research.
Hundreds of thousands of patients in England are waiting more than a month for radiology test results, a royal college has warned.
Cancer Research UK-funded scientists have determined that a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) technique, which measures the movement of water molecules within the tumour, may be the best way to monitor how women with late-stage ovarian cancer are responding to treatment. The study is published in the journal Radiology today.
A cutting edge technique that boosts the sensitivity of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) more than 10,000 fold could allow cancer patients to find out within days of starting treatment how their tumours are likely to respond – a Cancer Research UK study published in Nature Medicine has revealed.