Russia Develops AI Technology for Detecting Bone Cancer

Russian scientists are working to develop new computer programs that leverage artificial intelligence (AI) to enable early detection of bone cancer.

According to researchers at Saratov State Medical University, the new software involves machine learning algorithms fed with large amounts of data, including X-rays, MRI images, and other diagnostic images.

This technology aims to assist doctors in identifying cancer metastases in patients with bone cancer at early stages, allowing for faster and more efficient diagnosis and treatment selection.

Experts explained that cancer metastases can appear in bones when various types of cancer spread, causing severe complications such as intense pain and bone damage.

The development of the new software is expected to be completed and undergo testing by 2026. This advancement is expected to open new horizons in the diagnosis and treatment of cancer, significantly improving patients’ quality of life.

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