When it comes to prevention and early detection, men’s health often takes a back seat to women’s health. But men are still just as susceptible to cancer, depression, stroke, diabetes, and heart disease. With today’s advanced medical imaging, patients can take charge of their health and get a better understanding of their condition. More importantly, doctors can see a clear picture of what’s going on in the body and better predict the likelihood of developing diseases–such as cancer–and then recommend the best treatments to maintain optimal health and wellness. Join us for a panel discussion with three Rhode Island Medical Imaging (RIMI) physicians about the importance of early screening and detection for men so that they can ultimately live longer and healthier lives.