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Can you use magnetic fields to help diagnose cancer?

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Dr. CESAR HOLGADO
Obstetrics & Gynecology

In brief: MRI

If you are pertaining to mri, it may help is locating abnormal lesions.
Definitive diagnosis is usually through a biopsy.

In brief: MRI

If you are pertaining to mri, it may help is locating abnormal lesions.
Definitive diagnosis is usually through a biopsy.
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Dr. Leonard Raucher
Family Medicine

In brief: No

The only type of magnetic fields that can see cancer are in MRI machines.

In brief: No

The only type of magnetic fields that can see cancer are in MRI machines.
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