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Prostate cancer: the biggest leap in decades

It's been called the biggest leap in decades. The latest prostate cancer breakthrough gives new hope to men suffering from the deadly condition. Suspected prostate cancer sufferers can undergo an initial MRI scan to improve detection of aggressive forms of the disease.

The initial MRI scan can potentially do the following:

  • Double the number of tumours caught

  • Reduce the number of men having biopsies by 27%

  • Reduce the number of men who are diagnosed with a cancer that later proves harmless by 5%

  • Save money for the NHS

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