MRI scans could be a 'game-changer' in prostate cancer testing

19 Aug 2014

The ABC recently reported on the use of MRI in testing for prostate cancer. The story focusses on the St Vincent's study that looked at 150 men over the age of 40 with positive PSA tests. The average age was 62 years old and they all had MRI scans.

Professor Phillip Stricker authored the study and comments on various aspects of MRI as a test for prostate cancer. To view the complete ABC TV story please click the link below.

MRI scans could be a 'game-changer' in prostate cancer testing.

About Phillip

Phillip is the Chairman of the Department of Urology, St Vincent's Private Hospital and Clinic since 2003, and a Director of the St Vincent's Prostate Cancer Centre.

The Australian Prostate Cancer Research Centre in New South Wales recently appointed him as clinical director. He is also a member of the National Prostate Cancer Research Centre

Philip is currently the highest volume robotic surgeon in Australasia

He is perhaps best known for his work developing nerve sparing techniques to help patients maximise potency