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Discovery Radiomics for Multi-Parametric MRI Prostate Cancer Detection

  title={Discovery Radiomics for Multi-Parametric MRI Prostate Cancer Detection},
  author={Audrey G. Chung and Mohammad Javad Shafiee and Devinder Kumar and Farzad Khalvati and Masoom A. Haider and Alexander Wong},
Prostate cancer is the most diagnosed form of cancer in Canadian men, and is the third leading cause of cancer death. Despite these statistics, prognosis is relatively good with a sufficiently early diagnosis, making fast and reliable prostate cancer detection crucial. As imaging-based prostate cancer screening, such as magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), requires an experienced medical professional to extensively review the data and perform a diagnosis, radiomics-driven methods help streamline… 

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