ARTEMIS Provides New Prostate Cancer Diagnosis Tool Part 2

Using the ARTEMIS device may take a little longer than the traditional MRI for prostate cancer, but with more rapid results and easier to read monitors for the patients and doctors, the results show real benefit in overall diagnosis.

Using the ARTEMIS device may take a little longer than the traditional MRI for prostate cancer, but with more rapid results and easier to read monitors for the patients and doctors, the results show real benefit in overall diagnosis.

Leonard S. Marks, MD, from the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center, discussed what this new technology means for the finding and tracking of prostate cancer in patients, and how it is improved from the older technology.