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39% of men and women will be diagnosed with cancer at some point during their lifetime

The Importance of Early Detection

Cancer does not care

A TrueScan MRI detects cancer as early as Stage I to enable proactive intervention and better survival rates. Whether you are looking for peace of mind or actionable health insights, TrueScan lets you experience the future of proactive healthcare in a 60 minute scan.

Why we screen

14% of cancer diagnoses in the US are from routine screening. The other 86% are by accident or when patients become symptomatic. 

A detailed report from a full body MRI scan by TrueScan
The Race Against Time

1 in 20 scans result in a potentially life-saving diagnosis.

TrueScan excels at detecting asymptomatic cancers, neurocognitive diseases, and other dangerous conditions that do not have any current routine screening protocols.  

Stomach cancer

Stomach Cancer

Coined a "silent killer", catching stomach cancer in Stage I enables proactive intervention and can increase 5-year survival by over 10x.

A brain tumor

Brain Tumors

These tumors can grow unnoticed for years before life-threatening symptoms appear. Our scan excels at imaging brain tumors with exceptional clarity.

Alzheimer's Disease

Alzheimer's Disease

TrueScan can assess changes in brain volume and identify the presence of amyloid plaques, which are hallmarks of Alzheimer's Disease.

A scan today extends tomorrow

At TrueScan, we offer the world's leading whole-body MRI. It scans 26 organs from head-to-ankle such as the pancreas, brain, lymph nodes, kidneys, bladder, and thyroid.

Whole-body scan

60 min


This comprehensive scan assesses your head, neck, chest, abdomen, pelvis, and legs. Get screened for:

  • Cancers and tumors
    as early as stage 1
  • Brain tumors, traumatic brain injury, and brain aneurysms  
  • Alzheimer's Disease, Parkinson's, and Multiple Sclerosis (MS)
  • Spinal injuries or abnormalities
  • Non-cancerous conditions like cysts, hemangiomas, and abscesses
  • Liver scarring and fatty liver diseases
  • Signs of stroke development
  • And over 500 other different cancers and diseases
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Why should you get a scan?

A body with a holistic view.

Unresolved symptoms

For unexplained symptoms that doctors cannot diagnose, TrueScan can offer new insights or provide peace of mind.

DNA sequence

Genetic risk and history

Your genes can increase your likelihood of developing certain cancers and diseases – stay on top of them with TrueScan.

A head with a tumor.

Asymptomatic diseases

With routine scans, TrueScan can detect conditions years before they present symptoms, enabling proactive intervention and better survival.


Which plan fits you best?


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Frequently asked questions

Does the scan use ionizing radiation or contrast dyes?

A TrueScan MRI does not expose you to harmful ionizing radiation that other imaging methods such as X-rays, CT scans, PET scans use. Our scans also don't use intravascular contrast dyes.

How does an MRI compare to a CT scan?

1. Better Soft Tissue Contrast: MRI provides superior soft tissue contrast compared to CT and ultrasound. This is particularly useful in visualizing structures like the brain, other major organs, spinal cord, muscles, and ligaments. MRI is invaluable in diagnosing conditions such as tumors, inflammation, and degenerative diseases.

2. No Ionizing Radiation: Unlike CT scans, which use ionizing radiation, MRI uses a strong magnetic field and radio waves to generate images. This lack of ionizing radiation makes MRI safer for frequent or repeated imaging.

3. Multiplanar Imaging: MRI can acquire images in multiple planes, which allows for better visualization of complex anatomical structures and pathology from various angles. CT, on the other hand, looks at one dimension of the object (radiodensity), so many soft-tissue lesions become much more difficult to identify. For this reason, MRI tends to have superior sensitivity and specificity relative to CT when screening for tumors.

What are some conditions the scan detects?

1. Cancer: MRI is highly sensitive for detecting various types of cancer throughout the body as early as Stage I. It can visualize tumors in 26 major organs such as the brain, stomach, liver, kidneys, bones, and lymph nodes.

2. Neurological Disorders: MRI can assess the brain and spinal cord for various neurological conditions, including brain tumors, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson's, stroke, cerebral ischemia, Alzheimer's Disease, and spinal cord compression.

3. Inflammatory Diseases: MRI is sensitive for detecting inflammatory conditions such as arthritis, abscesses, and inflammatory bowel disease.

4. Metabolic and Endocrine Disorders: MRI can assess organs such as the liver, pancreas, adrenal glands, and thyroid gland for metabolic and endocrine abnormalities. It can also detect liver lesions, pancreatic tumors, adrenal adenomas, and thyroid nodules.

5. Bone and Joint Disorders: MRI can detect abnormalities such as fractures, bone marrow disorders, osteoarthritis, osteomyelitis, and bone metastases. It provides detailed visualization of the musculoskeletal system, including bones, cartilage, ligaments, and tendons.

Can I get an MRI with an implant?

If you have any implants, devices, or metal objects in your body, please inform us before your scan. We will assess whether or not you can safely receive an MRI. The good news is many implants and devices are MRI compatible, such as prosthetic implants, stents, and IUDs. At this time, though, we are unable to scan people with pacemakers as the MRI magnetic fields may interrupt its function.

Do I need a referral?

Yes, you must have a referral to receive a TrueScan MRI. If needed, we can arrange a referral from our medical practitioner at no cost to you.

What does a TrueScan report contain?

We produce a comprehensive medical report that details every system and organ in the body and identifies all abnormal findings we detect. A TrueScan practitioner will go over your results with you in a follow-up appointment.