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Zealous imaging has increased detection and treatment of low risk tumours

“New imaging techniques are fuelling an epidemic in diagnosis and treatment of thyroid cancers that are unlikely to ever progress to cause symptoms or death

‘“High tech imaging technologies such as ultrasound, CT, and MRI can detect very small thyroid nodules many of which are slow growing papillary thyroid cancers,’