You can read about how AdMeTech Foundation says it can save Massachusetts more than $200 million annually by using MRIs to diagnose aggressive prostate cancer.
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“Avoiding unnecessary medical procedures has the potential to improve quality of life for thousands of patients left incontinent or impotent as a result of the surgery.”
“Studies conducted up to 2011 showed that, of the 100,000 men that received surgery for prostate cancer, roughly 90 percent of those men would have benefited more from careful observation rather than surgery.”
You can learn more about the AdMeTech Foundation here.