Lung Cancer Screening Study Says Significant Disparities Persist Despite Expanded Eligibility

While recent recommendations from the United States Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) to lower lung cancer screening thresholds significantly expanded eligibility for screening tests such as low-dose computed tomography (CT), differences in education, health-care insurance and proximity to health-care facilities continue to be key drivers of racial and socioeconomic disparities limiting access to appropriate preventive care.

Image IQ Quiz: Patient with History of Excessive Drinking Vomits Blood

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FDA Clears New AI Software for MRI Detection of Prostate Cancer

The ProstatID, an adjunctive artificial intelligence software that radiologists can utilize with traditional magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), reportedly measures prostate gland volume, and suggests PI-RADS scoring of suspicious lesions.