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Dr Hemi Sokhi, Consultant Radiologist

Short MRI scan outperforms PSA in detecting aggressive prostate cancer in the PROSTAGRAM screening trial

A short MRI scan is better at detecting aggressive prostate cancer than the commonly used Prostate Specific Antigen (PSA) test, according to a groundbreaking medical research trial held at Imperial College London and Paul Strickland Scanner Centre.

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Dramatic impact of PSMA prostate cancer scans revealed

An evaluation of a highly specialist scan at Paul Strickland Scanner Centre that can catch prostate cancer earlier and possibly result in a cure has had a dramatic effect on patients’ management and treatment, according to a study carried out at the centre. Results of the study were presented at the 2019 UK Imaging and Oncology Congress in June.

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