The Telegraph, and and a number of other news outlets, report that a new and much more reliable test for prostate cancer may be just around the corner. The 10-minute scan, which could be rolled out in supermarkets and shopping centres, detects dangerous cancers years before they cause any harm while ignoring growths that do not pose a threat. Subject to a government-funded trial beginning this summer, the new MRI (magnetic resonance imaging) technique should enable the world’s first universal screening programme for prostate cancer. Read more here