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FRANCE-SCIENCES/IMAGING
RTX73HCB 
September 18, 2019 
A view shows a detail of the giant magnet within which the magnectic field is 11.7 T., the core component... 
Saclay, France 
A view shows a detail of the giant magnet of the most powerful MRI scanner in the world to be used for... 
A view shows a detail of the giant magnet within which the magnectic field is 11.7 T., the core component of the most powerful MRIof the most powerful MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) scanner in the world to be used for human brain imaging at the Neurospin facility of the CEA Saclay Nuclear Research Centre near Paris, France, September 17, 2019. Picture taken September 17, 2019. REUTERS/Thierry Chiarello 
FRANCE-SCIENCES/IMAGING
RTX73HC0 
September 18, 2019 
A view shows one of the superconductor coils which are assembled to form the giant magnet within which... 
Saclay, France 
A view shows one of the superconductor coils which are assembled to form the giant magnet, the core component... 
A view shows one of the superconductor coils which are assembled to form the giant magnet within which the magnectic field is 11.7 T., the core component of the most powerful MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) scanner in the world to be used for human brain imaging at the Neurospin facility of the CEA Saclay Nuclear Research Centre near Paris, France, September 17, 2019. Picture taken September 17, 2019. REUTERS/Thierry Chiarello 
FRANCE-HOSPITAL/
RTS25YKW 
November 14, 2018 
Signboard of a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scanner is pictured at the Hospital Roland Mazoin in... 
SAINT-JUNIEN, France 
Signboard of a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scanner is pictured at the Hospital Roland Mazoin in... 
Signboard of a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scanner is pictured at the Hospital Roland Mazoin in Saint-Junien, France, November 14, 2018. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau 
CHINA-GERMANY/
RTS1T54N 
May 25, 2018 
Staff work on magnetic resonance imaging machines at a production line of Siemens Healthineers in Shenzhen,... 
Shenzhen, China 
Staff work on magnetic resonance imaging machines at a production line of Siemens Healthineers in Shenzhen... 
Staff work on magnetic resonance imaging machines at a production line of Siemens Healthineers in Shenzhen, China May 25, 2018. REUTERS/Bobby Yip 
CHINA-GERMANY/
RTS1T54M 
May 25, 2018 
A staffer works on a magnetic resonance imaging machine at a production line of Siemens Healthineers... 
Shenzhen, China 
A staffer works on a magnetic resonance imaging machine at a production line of Siemens Healthineers... 
A staffer works on a magnetic resonance imaging machine at a production line of Siemens Healthineers in Shenzhen, China May 25, 2018. REUTERS/Bobby Yip 
CHINA-GERMANY/
RTS1T54H 
May 25, 2018 
Staff work on magnetic resonance imaging machines at a production line of Siemens Healthineers in Shenzhen,... 
Shenzhen, China 
Staff work on magnetic resonance imaging machines at a production line of Siemens Healthineers in Shenzhen... 
Staff work on magnetic resonance imaging machines at a production line of Siemens Healthineers in Shenzhen, China May 25, 2018. REUTERS/Bobby Yip 
CHINA-GERMANY/
RTS1T54G 
May 25, 2018 
German Chancellor Angela Merkel checks a magnetic resonance imaging machine as she visits Siemens Healthineers... 
Shenzhen, China 
German Chancellor Angela Merkel visits Siemens Healthineers in Shenzhen 
German Chancellor Angela Merkel checks a magnetic resonance imaging machine as she visits Siemens Healthineers in Shenzhen, China May 25, 2018. REUTERS/Bobby Yip 
CHINA-GERMANY/
RTS1T54E 
May 25, 2018 
German Chancellor Angela Merkel checks a magnetic resonance imaging machine at a production line as she... 
Shenzhen, China 
German Chancellor Angela Merkel visits Siemens Healthineers in Shenzhen 
German Chancellor Angela Merkel checks a magnetic resonance imaging machine at a production line as she visits Siemens Healthineers in Shenzhen, China May 25, 2018. REUTERS/Bobby Yip 
CYCLING-FRAUD/
RTX2CM7S 
May 03, 2016 
Johan Kucaba, Equipment Coordinator at UCI holds a tablet using magnetic resonance technology to detect... 
Aigle, Switzerland 
Kucaba, Equipment Coordinator at UCI holds a tablet using magnetic resonance technology to detect a bike... 
Johan Kucaba, Equipment Coordinator at UCI holds a tablet using magnetic resonance technology to detect a bike equipped with a motor during a media event at the Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI) in Aigle, Switzerland May 3, 2016. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY 
HUNGARY/
RTX197AH 
February 20, 2014 
Maverick, a Border Collie, lies in a MRI scanner in a neurology clinic in Budapest February 9, 2014.... 
Budapest, Hungary 
Maverick, a Border Collie, lies in a MRI scanner in a neurology clinic in Budapest 
Maverick, a Border Collie, lies in a MRI scanner in a neurology clinic in Budapest February 9, 2014. Hungarian researchers conducted the first comparative dog and human brain study with developing dog training methods to make them lay motionless in MRI machines. The study was done to understand how dogs can be so remarkably good at tuning into the feelings of their human owners. Picture taken February 9, 2014. REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo (HUNGARY - Tags: ANIMALS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY) 
INDIA-DRUGS/
RTR357HN 
July 22, 2012 
Doctors examine a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scan of a patient lying on a bed inside a ward at... 
Chennai, India 
Doctors examine a MRI scan of a patient lying on a bed inside a ward at RGGGH in Chennai 
Doctors examine a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scan of a patient lying on a bed inside a ward at Rajiv Gandhi Government General Hospital (RGGGH) in Chennai July 12, 2012. Chennai is the capital of Tamil Nadu, one of two Indian states offering free medicine for all. The state provides a glimpse of the hurdles India faces as it embarks on a programme to extend free drug coverage nationwide. Picture taken July 12, 2012. To match Analysis INDIA-DRUGS/ REUTERS/Babu (INDIA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY DRUGS) 
GERMANY-UKRAINE/DOCTOR
RTR31AB4 
April 27, 2012 
Karl Max Einhaeupl of the Charite hospital displays two magnetic resonance tomography images of the spine... 
Berlin, Germany 
Einhaeupl of Charite hospital shows two magnetic resonance tomography images of spine of former Ukrainian... 
Karl Max Einhaeupl of the Charite hospital displays two magnetic resonance tomography images of the spine of former Ukrainian prime minister Yulia Tymoshenko that show a spinal disc herniation (slipped disc) during a news conference in Berlin, April 27, 2012. A hunger strike staged by jailed former Ukrainian prime minister Yulia Tymoshenko may become life-threatening although now still in its early stages given her low physical and psychological state, a German doctor who has examined her said on Thursday. Einhaeupl, is one of two doctors from Berlin's Charite hospital sent by Germany to examine 51-year-old Tymoshenko. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: HEALTH POLITICS) 
GERMANY-UKRAINE/DOCTOR
RTR31AB1 
April 27, 2012 
Karl Max Einhaeupl of the Charite hospital displays two magnetic resonance tomography images of the spine... 
Berlin, Germany 
Einhaeupl of Charite hospital shows two magnetic resonance tomography images of spine of former Ukrainian... 
Karl Max Einhaeupl of the Charite hospital displays two magnetic resonance tomography images of the spine of former Ukrainian prime minister Yulia Tymoshenko that show a spinal disc herniation (slipped disc) during a news conference in Berlin, April 27, 2012. A hunger strike staged by jailed former Ukrainian prime minister Yulia Tymoshenko may become life-threatening although now still in its early stages given her low physical and psychological state, a German doctor who has examined her said on Thursday. Einhaeupl, is one of two doctors from Berlin's Charite hospital sent by Germany to examine 51-year-old Tymoshenko. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: HEALTH POLITICS) 
GERMANY-UKRAINE/DOCTOR
RTR31AB0 
April 27, 2012 
Karl Max Einhaeupl of the Charite hospital displays two magnetic resonance tomography images of the spine... 
Berlin, Germany 
Einhaeupl of Charite hospital shows two magnetic resonance tomography images of spine of former Ukrainian... 
Karl Max Einhaeupl of the Charite hospital displays two magnetic resonance tomography images of the spine of former Ukrainian prime minister Yulia Tymoshenko that show a spinal disc herniation (slipped disc) during a news conference in Berlin, April 27, 2012. A hunger strike staged by jailed former Ukrainian prime minister Yulia Tymoshenko may become life-threatening although now still in its early stages given her low physical and psychological state, a German doctor who has examined her said on Thursday. Einhaeupl, is one of two doctors from Berlin's Charite hospital sent by Germany to examine 51-year-old Tymoshenko. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: HEALTH POLITICS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
BRITAIN/
RTR2ZWGB 
March 26, 2012 
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron (L) speaks with professors Nick Fox and Martin Rossor as he stands... 
London, United Kingdom 
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron speaks with professors as he stands next to a MRI machine at the... 
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron (L) speaks with professors Nick Fox and Martin Rossor as he stands next to a Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) machine at the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery in London March 26, 2012. Cameron announced on Monday that funding for research into dementia would be doubled to 66 million pounds by 2015. REUTERS/Mark Richards/pool (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS HEALTH SOCIETY) 
TAIWAN/
RTR2O6NB 
June 28, 2011 
A tourist from Shanghai, China goes through a health checkup organised by the hospital to promote medical... 
Taipei, Taiwan 
A tourist from Shanghai, China goes through a health checkup organised by the hospital to promote medical... 
A tourist from Shanghai, China goes through a health checkup organised by the hospital to promote medical tourism in Taipei June 28, 2011. About 300 Chinese tourists travelled to Taiwan on Tuesday, days after the Taiwanese government lifted a ban on trips to the island by individual tourists from mainland China, according to local media. REUTERS/Pichi Chuang (TAIWAN - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS TRAVEL HEALTH) 
GERMANY/
RTXVLV8 
December 10, 2010 
An assistant looks at a monitor showing MRI images of a baby being born at the Charite hospital in Berlin,... 
Berlin, Germany 
An assistant looks at a monitor showing MRI scans of a baby being born at the Charite hospital in Berlin... 
An assistant looks at a monitor showing MRI images of a baby being born at the Charite hospital in Berlin, December 10, 2010. Doctors in Germany have captured a live birth by MRI (magnetic resonance imaging) for the first time, offering insight into potential pregnancy complications, Berlin's Charite hospital announced last Wednesday. REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz (GERMANY - Tags: SCI TECH IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
FRANCE/
RTR28QX8 
January 11, 2010 
France's President Nicolas Sarkozy (L) accompanied by Higher Education and Research Minister Valerie... 
Saclay, France 
France's President Sarkozy visits a research center for Magnetic Resonance Imaging in Saclay 
France's President Nicolas Sarkozy (L) accompanied by Higher Education and Research Minister Valerie Pecresse (2nd L) visit Neurospin, a research center for Magnetic Resonance Imaging, in Saclay, January 11, 2010. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE - Tags: POLITICS HEALTH SCI TECH) 
FRANCE/
RTR28QX6 
January 11, 2010 
France's President Nicolas Sarkozy (2nd L) accompanied by Junior Minister for Forward Planning and Development... 
Saclay, France 
France's President Sarkozy visits a research center for Magnetic Resonance Imaging in Saclay 
France's President Nicolas Sarkozy (2nd L) accompanied by Junior Minister for Forward Planning and Development of the Digital Economy Nathalie Kosciusko-Morizet (L), Education Minister Luc Chatel (C), Higher Education and Research Minister Valerie Pecresse (2nd R) and High Commissioner for Youth Martin Hirsch (R) visit Neurospin, a research center for Magnetic Resonance Imaging, in Saclay, January 11, 2010. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE - Tags: POLITICS HEALTH SCI TECH) 
HEALTH
RTXQCRJ 
November 04, 2009 
A laboratory staff conducts an experiment in a Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) chamber inside a lab... 
Silver Spring, UNITED STATES 
An MRI chamber is shown during an experiment at the FDA near Washington 
A laboratory staff conducts an experiment in a Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) chamber inside a lab at the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) headquarters in Silver Spring, Maryland, November 4, 2009. U.S. health officials unveiled plans to fight avoidable injuries from medication errors or misuse, a problem that harms hundreds of thousands of people each year and can be deadly. REUTERS/Jason Reed (UNITED STATES HEALTH) 
CHINA-GUANGDONG/
RTR228DX 
December 03, 2008 
A worker stands beside two magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) machines being assembled at Siemens MR Center... 
Shenzhen, China 
To match feature CHINA-GUANGDONG/ 
A worker stands beside two magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) machines being assembled at Siemens MR Center located at the Shenzhen High-Tech Industrial Park in the southern Chinese city of Shenzhen in Guangdong province in this November 25, 2008 file photo. Over the past year or so, Guangdong's factories have taken a flurry of blows that have devastated their "factory of the world" business model as the voracious demand of Western consumers for cheaply made Chinese goods has shrivelled with the global financial crisis. To match feature CHINA-GUANGDONG/ REUTERS/Bobby Yip/Files (CHINA) 
CHINA
RTXAYDX 
November 25, 2008 
A worker stands beside two magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) machines being assembled at Siemens MR Center... 
Shenzhen, China 
A worker stands beside MRI machines at Siemens MR Center in the southern Chinese city of Shenzhen 
A worker stands beside two magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) machines being assembled at Siemens MR Center located at the Shenzhen High-Tech Industrial Park in the southern Chinese city of Shenzhen in Guangdong province November 25, 2008. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA) 
CHINA
RTXAYDS 
November 25, 2008 
A worker stands beside a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) medical equipment at Siemens MR Center located... 
Shenzhen, China 
A worker stands beside a MRI medical equipment at Siemens MR Center in the southern Chinese city of Shenzhen... 
A worker stands beside a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) medical equipment at Siemens MR Center located at the Shenzhen High-Tech Industrial Park in the southern Chinese city of Shenzhen in Guangdong province November 25, 2008. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA) 
CHINA/
RTXAYDP 
November 25, 2008 
A worker assembles a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) medical equipment at Siemens MR Center located... 
Shenzhen, China 
A worker stands beside MRI medical equipment at Siemens MR Center in the southern Chinese city of Shenzhen... 
A worker assembles a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) medical equipment at Siemens MR Center located at the Shenzhen High-Tech Industrial Park in the southern Chinese city of Shenzhen in Guangdong province November 25, 2008. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA) 
CHINA/
RTXAYDJ 
November 25, 2008 
A worker assembles a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) medical equipment at Siemens MR Center located... 
Shenzhen, China 
A worker stands beside MRI medical equipment at Siemens MR Center in the southern Chinese city of Shenzhen... 
A worker assembles a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) medical equipment at Siemens MR Center located at the Shenzhen High-Tech Industrial Park in the southern Chinese city of Shenzhen in Guangdong province November 25, 2008. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA) 
FRANCE/
RTR1Z8UM 
April 08, 2008 
A radiologist prepares to study images from a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scanner at the Ambroise... 
Marseille, France 
A radiologist prepares to study images from a magnetic resonance imaging scanner at the Ambroise Pare... 
A radiologist prepares to study images from a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scanner at the Ambroise Pare hospital in Marseille, southern France, April 8, 2008. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier (FRANCE) 
FRANCE/
RTR1Z8UK 
April 08, 2008 
A radiologist studies an image from a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scanner at the Ambroise Pare hospital... 
Marseille, France 
A radiologist studies an image from a magnetic resonance imaging scanner at the Ambroise Pare hospital... 
A radiologist studies an image from a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scanner at the Ambroise Pare hospital in Marseille, southern France, April 8, 2008. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier (FRANCE) 
FRANCE/
RTR1Z8UH 
April 08, 2008 
A radiologist studies an image from a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scanner at the Ambroise Pare hospital... 
Marseille, France 
A radiologist studies an image from a magnetic resonance imaging scanner at the Ambroise Pare hospital... 
A radiologist studies an image from a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scanner at the Ambroise Pare hospital in Marseille, southern France, April 8, 2008. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier (FRANCE) 
FRANCE/
RTR1Z8UG 
April 08, 2008 
A radiologist studies an image from a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scanner at the Ambroise Pare hospital... 
Marseille, France 
A radiologist studies an image from a magnetic resonance imaging scanner at the Ambroise Pare hospital... 
A radiologist studies an image from a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scanner at the Ambroise Pare hospital in Marseille, southern France, April 8, 2008. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier (FRANCE) 
FRANCE/
RTR1Z8TV 
April 08, 2008 
Radiologists study an image from a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scanner at the Ambroise Pare hospital... 
Marseille, France 
Radiologists study an image from a magnetic resonance imaging scanner at the Ambroise Pare hospital in... 
Radiologists study an image from a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scanner at the Ambroise Pare hospital in Marseille, southern France, April 8, 2008. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier (FRANCE) 
WITNESS-CANCER/DIAGNOSIS
RTX4BVM 
December 03, 2007 
RNPS IMAGES OF THE YEAR 2007 - Cancer patient Deborah Charles lies inside the tube of a magnetic resonance... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
RNPS IMAGES OF THE YEAR 2007 - 
RNPS IMAGES OF THE YEAR 2007 - Cancer patient Deborah Charles lies inside the tube of a magnetic resonance imaging scanner during an MRI examination of her breasts at Georgetown University Hospital in Washington May 23, 2007. Like many cancer patients, Charles now spends many of her days going for many medical appointments, treatments and examinations. REUTERS/Jim Bourg (UNITED STATES) 
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WITNESS-CANCER/DIAGNOSIS
RTR1QGRH 
June 05, 2007 
Cancer patient Deborah Charles looks into the tube of a magnetic resonance imaging scanner as she prepares... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
To match feature WITNESS-CANCER/DIAGNOSIS 
Cancer patient Deborah Charles looks into the tube of a magnetic resonance imaging scanner as she prepares to enter the MRI machine for an examination at Georgetown University Hospital in Washington May 23, 2007. Like many cancer patients, Charles now spends many of her days going for medical appointments, treatments and examinations. Photo taken May 23, 2007. To match feature WITNESS-CANCER/DIAGNOSIS REUTERS/Jim Bourg (UNITED STATES) 
WITNESS-CANCER/DIAGNOSIS
RTR1QGPZ 
June 05, 2007 
A medical technician puts her arm around cancer patient Deborah Charles after a magnetic resonance imaging... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
To match feature WITNESS-CANCER/DIAGNOSIS 
A medical technician puts her arm around cancer patient Deborah Charles after a magnetic resonance imaging scan at Georgetown University Hospital in Washington May 23, 2007. Like many cancer patients, Charles now spends many of her days going for medical appointments, treatments and examinations. Photo taken May 23, 2007. To match feature WITNESS-CANCER/DIAGNOSIS REUTERS/Jim Bourg (UNITED STATES) 
WITNESS-CANCER/DIAGNOSIS
RTR1QGPY 
June 05, 2007 
Cancer patient Deborah Charles prepares for a magnetic resonance imaging examination at Georgetown University... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
To match feature WITNESS-CANCER/DIAGNOSIS 
Cancer patient Deborah Charles prepares for a magnetic resonance imaging examination at Georgetown University Hospital in Washington May 23, 2007. Like many cancer patients, Charles now spends many of her days going for medical appointments, treatments and examinations. Photo taken May 23, 2007. To match feature WITNESS-CANCER/DIAGNOSIS REUTERS/Jim Bourg (UNITED STATES) 
WITNESS-CANCER/DIAGNOSIS
RTR1QGPR 
June 05, 2007 
A medical technician hugs cancer patient Deborah Charles after a magnetic resonance imaging scan on Charles'... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
To match feature WITNESS-CANCER/DIAGNOSIS 
A medical technician hugs cancer patient Deborah Charles after a magnetic resonance imaging scan on Charles' breasts at Georgetown University Hospital in Washington May 23, 2007. Like many cancer patients, Charles now spends many of her days going for medical appointments, treatments and examinations. Photo taken May 23, 2007. To match feature WITNESS-CANCER/DIAGNOSIS REUTERS/Jim Bourg (UNITED STATES) 
WITNESS-CANCER/DIAGNOSIS
RTR1QGPQ 
June 05, 2007 
Cancer patient Deborah Charles sits on the bed of a magnetic resonance imaging scanner after the MRI... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
To match feature WITNESS-CANCER/DIAGNOSIS 
Cancer patient Deborah Charles sits on the bed of a magnetic resonance imaging scanner after the MRI examination of her breasts at Georgetown University Hospital in Washington May 23, 2007. Like many cancer patients, Charles now spends many of her days going for medical appointments, treatments and examinations. Photo taken May 23, 2007. To match feature WITNESS-CANCER/DIAGNOSIS REUTERS/Jim Bourg (UNITED STATES) 
WITNESS-CANCER/DIAGNOSIS
RTR1QGPO 
June 05, 2007 
Cancer patient Deborah Charles prepares for a magnetic resonance imaging examination at Georgetown University... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
To match feature WITNESS-CANCER/DIAGNOSIS 
Cancer patient Deborah Charles prepares for a magnetic resonance imaging examination at Georgetown University Hospital in Washington May 23, 2007. Like many cancer patients, Charles now spends many of her days going from medical appointment to medical appointment. Photo taken May 23, 2007. To match feature WITNESS-CANCER/DIAGNOSIS REUTERS/Jim Bourg (UNITED STATES) 
WITNESS-CANCER/DIAGNOSIS
RTR1QGPJ 
June 05, 2007 
Cancer patient Deborah Charles fills out a medical history form before a magnetic resonance imaging scan... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
To match feature WITNESS-CANCER/DIAGNOSIS 
Cancer patient Deborah Charles fills out a medical history form before a magnetic resonance imaging scan at Georgetown University Hospital in Washington May 23, 2007. Charles has had to fill out similar forms many times during her treatment, each time noting that both her mother and grandmother died of breast cancer. Photo taken May 23, 2007. To match feature WITNESS-CANCER/DIAGNOSIS REUTERS/Jim Bourg (UNITED STATES) 
WITNESS-CANCER/DIAGNOSIS
RTR1QGPD 
June 05, 2007 
Cancer patient Deborah Charles is seen through the tube of a magnetic resonance imaging scanner as she... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
To match feature WITNESS-CANCER/DIAGNOSIS 
Cancer patient Deborah Charles is seen through the tube of a magnetic resonance imaging scanner as she prepares to enter the MRI machine for an examination at Georgetown University Hospital in Washington May 23, 2007. Like many cancer patients, Charles now spends many of her days going for medical appointments, treatments and examinations. Photo taken May 23, 2007. To match feature WITNESS-CANCER/DIAGNOSIS REUTERS/Jim Bourg (UNITED STATES) 
WITNESS-CANCER/DIAGNOSIS
RTR1QGPC 
June 04, 2007 
Cancer patient Deborah Charles lies inside the tube of a magnetic resonance imaging scanner during an... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
To match feature WITNESS-CANCER/DIAGNOSIS 
Cancer patient Deborah Charles lies inside the tube of a magnetic resonance imaging scanner during an MRI examination of her breasts at Georgetown University Hospital in Washington May 23, 2007. Like many cancer patients, Charles now spends many of her days going for many medical appointments, treatments and examinations. Photo taken May 23, 2007. To match feature WITNESS-CANCER/DIAGNOSIS REUTERS/Jim Bourg (UNITED STATES) 
CANADA-NEUROSURGERY/
RTR1OQJ2 
April 17, 2007 
An Innovative Magnetic Resonance Imaging System, or MRI unit, is seen at the Calgary Foothills hospital... 
Calgary, Canada 
Innovative Magnetic Resonance Imaging System, or MRI unit, is seen at the Calgary Foothills hospital... 
An Innovative Magnetic Resonance Imaging System, or MRI unit, is seen at the Calgary Foothills hospital in Calgary, Alberta April 17, 2007. REUTERS/Todd Korol (CANADA) 
BUSH KNEES
RTR902N 
December 18, 2003 
U.S. President George W. Bush walks to the Oval Office upon his return to the White House after going... 
Washington, United States of America 
PRESIDENT BUSH RETURNS TO THE WHITE HOUSE FROM THE HOSPITAL. 
U.S. President George W. Bush walks to the Oval Office upon his return to the White House after going to Walter Reed Army Medical Center December 18, 2003. Suffering from knee pain that forced him to curtail his running, Bush had knees examined using magnetic resonance imaging devices (MRI) during his hospital visit this morning. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque KL 
BUSH KNEES
RTR901X 
December 18, 2003 
U.S. President George W. Bush speaks to staff at Walter Reed Army Medical Center after visiting with... 
Washington, United States of America 
PRESIDENT BUSH SPEAKS AT WALTER REED ARMY MEDICAL CENTER. 
U.S. President George W. Bush speaks to staff at Walter Reed Army Medical Center after visiting with wounded soldiers and receiving treatment himself December 18, 2003. Suffering from knee pain that forced him to curtail his running, Bush had knees examined using magnetic resonance imaging devices (MRI) during his visit here. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque REUTERS KL 
BUSH KNEES
RTR901K 
December 18, 2003 
U.S. President George W. Bush waves as he departs Walter Reed Army Medical Center December 18, 2003.... 
Washington, United States of America 
PRESIDENT BUSH WAVES AS HE LEAVES THE HOSPITAL. 
U.S. President George W. Bush waves as he departs Walter Reed Army Medical Center December 18, 2003. Suffering from knee pain that forced him to curtail his running, Bush had knees examined using magnetic resonance imaging devices (MRI) during his hospital visit this morning. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque KL 
BUSH KNEES
RTR901B 
December 18, 2003 
U.S. President George W. Bush waves as he arrives back at the White House after going to Walter Reed... 
Washington, United States of America 
PRESIDENT BUSH WAVES AS HE RETURNS FROM THE HOSPITAL. 
U.S. President George W. Bush waves as he arrives back at the White House after going to Walter Reed Army Medical Center December 18, 2003. Suffering from knee pain that forced him to curtail his running, Bush had knees examined using magnetic resonance imaging devices (MRI) during his hospital visit this morning. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque KL 
BUSH KNEES
RTR8YA5 
December 17, 2003 
U.S. President George W. Bush ascends the steps of Air Force One as he departs North Carolina enroute... 
Elizabeth City, United States of America 
PRESIDENT BUSH ASCENDS THE STEPS OF AIR FORCE ONE. 
U.S. President George W. Bush ascends the steps of Air Force One as he departs North Carolina enroute to Andrews Air Force Base December 17, 2003. Suffering from knee pain that forced him to curtail his running, Bush will have his knees examined on Thursday using magnetic resonance imaging devices (MRI), the White House said. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque KL/TRA 
BUSH HEALTH
RTR8Y59 
December 17, 2003 
U.S. President George W. Bush descends the steps of Air Force One as he returns to Andrews Air Force... 
Andrews Air Force Base, United States of America 
PRESIDENT BUSH DESCENDS THE STEPS OF AIR FORCE ONE. 
U.S. President George W. Bush descends the steps of Air Force One as he returns to Andrews Air Force Base outside Washington, December 17, 2003. Suffering from knee pain that forced him to curtail his running, Bush will have his knees examined on Thursday using magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), the White House said. Earlier in the day, Bush traveled to Kill Devill Hills, North Carolina to join others in honoring the memory of the Wright Brothers. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque KL/SV 
BUSH KNEES
RTR8Y51 
December 17, 2003 
U.S. President George W. Bush descends the steps of Air Force One as he returns from North Carolina December... 
Washington, United States of America 
PRESIDENT BUSH DESCENDS THE STEPS OF AIR FORCE ONE. 
U.S. President George W. Bush descends the steps of Air Force One as he returns from North Carolina December 17, 2003. Suffering from knee pain that forced him to curtail his running, Bush will have his knees examined on Thursday using magnetic resonance imaging devices (MRI), the White House said. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque KL/SV 
MANSFIELD
RTXMBXP 
December 07, 2003 
This year's Nobel Prize winner in medicine, Sir Peter Mansfield from University of Nottingham, School... 
Stockholm, Sweden 
This year's Nobel Prize winner in medicine, Sir Peter Mansfield from University of Nottingham, Schoo..... 
This year's Nobel Prize winner in medicine, Sir Peter Mansfield from University of Nottingham, School of Physics and Astronomy, is seen during a news conference in Stockholm on December 7, 2003. Mansfield received the prize for the discoveries concerning magnetic resonance imaging. 
LAUTERBUR
RTXMBXO 
December 07, 2003 
This year's Nobel Prize winner in medicine, Paul C. Lauterbur from University of Illinois, Urbana is... 
Stockholm, Sweden 
This year's Nobel Prize winner in medicine, Paul C. Lauterbur from University of Illinois, Urbana is..... 
This year's Nobel Prize winner in medicine, Paul C. Lauterbur from University of Illinois, Urbana is seen during a news conference in Stockholm on December 7, 2003. Lauterbur reveived the prize for discoveries concerning magnetic resonance imaging. 
SWEDEN NOBEL
RTR8BZM 
December 07, 2003 
This year's Nobel Prize winner in medicine, Paul C. Lauterbur from
University of Illinois, Urbana is... 
Stockholm, Sweden 
THIS YEAR'S NOBEL PRIZE WINNER IN MEDICINE, PAUL C. LAUTERBUR GIVES A
NEWS CONFERENCE IN STOCKHOLM. 
This year's Nobel Prize winner in medicine, Paul C. Lauterbur from
University of Illinois, Urbana is seen during a news conference in
Stockholm on December 7, 2003. Lauterbur reveived the prize for
discoveries concerning magnetic resonance imaging. REUTERS/Michael
Dalder REUTERS

MAD 
LAUTERBUR
RTXM85P 
October 06, 2003 
At a press conference in his honor at the University of Illinois in Champaign, Illinois, October 6, 2003,... 
Champaign, USA 
At a press conference in his honor at the University of Illinois in Champaign, Illinois, October 6, ..... 
At a press conference in his honor at the University of Illinois in Champaign, Illinois, October 6, 2003, 2003 Nobel Prize for Medicine winner Paul C. Lauterbur shows the first magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) print out created through technology he pioneered. Lauterbur, a professor at the university, shares the 2003 Nobel Prize in Medicine [with British scientist Sir Peter Mansfield.] Lauterbur was recognized for his work on developing magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) technology. 
LAUTERBUR
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October 06, 2003 
University of Illinois Professor Paul Lauterbur is photographed at his home in Urbana, Illinois, on the... 
Urbana, USA 
University of Illinois Professor Paul Lauterbur is photographed at his home in Urbana, Illinois, on ..... 
University of Illinois Professor Paul Lauterbur is photographed at his home in Urbana, Illinois, on the morning of October 6, 2003 after the announcement that he shares the 2003 Nobel Prize in Medicine [with British scientist Sir Peter Mansfield. Lauterbur was recognized for his work on developing magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) technology.] 
LAUTERBUR
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October 06, 2003 
University of Illinois Professor Paul Lauterbur with his wife Joan Dawson are photographed outside of... 
Urbana, USA 
University of Illinois Professor Paul Lauterbur with his wife Joan Dawson are photographed outside o..... 
University of Illinois Professor Paul Lauterbur with his wife Joan Dawson are photographed outside of their home in Urbana, Illinois, on the morning of October 6, 2003 after the announcement that he shares the 2003 Nobel Prize in Medicine [with British scientist Sir Peter Mansfield. Lauterbur was recognized for his work on developing magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) technology.] 
MANSFIELD
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October 06, 2003 
British scientist Sir Peter Mansfield speaks at Nottingham University after being awarded the Nobel prize... 
Nottingham, UK 
British scientist Sir Peter Mansfield speaks at Nottingham University after being awarded the Nobel ..... 
British scientist Sir Peter Mansfield speaks at Nottingham University after being awarded the Nobel prize for medicine, October 6, 2003. [Mansfield won the prize jointly with Paul Lauterbur of the U.S. for their discoveries concerning] the use of magnetic resonance which in MRI scanners enables doctors to see the internal organs and other tissues through the use of a strong magnetic field. 
MANSFIELD
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October 06, 2003 
British scientist Sir Peter Mansfield speaks at Nottingham University after being awarded the Noble prize... 
Nottingham, UK 
British scientist Sir Peter Mansfield speaks at Nottingham University after being awarded the Noble ..... 
British scientist Sir Peter Mansfield speaks at Nottingham University after being awarded the Noble prize for medicine, October 6, 2003. [Mansfield won the prize jointly with Paul Lauterbur of the U.S. for their discoveries concerning] the use of magnetic resonance which in MRI scanners enables doctors to see the internal organs and other tissues through the use of a strong magnetic field. 
NOBEL MEDICINE LAUTERBUR
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October 06, 2003 
At a press conference in his honor at the University of Illinois in
Champaign, Illinois, October 6,... 
Champaign, United States of America 
NOBEL PRIZE FOR MEDICINE WINNER LAUTERBUR SHOWS EARLY MRI. 
At a press conference in his honor at the University of Illinois in
Champaign, Illinois, October 6, 2003, 2003 Nobel Prize for Medicine
winner Paul C. Lauterbur shows the first magnetic resonance imaging
(MRI) print out created through technology he pioneered. Lauterbur, a
professor at the university, shares the 2003 Nobel Prize in Medicine
with British scientist Sir Peter Mansfield. Lauterbur was recognized
for his work on developing magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) technology.
REUTERS/Brent Smith

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October 06, 2003 
British scientist Sir Peter Mansfield speaks at Nottingham University
after being awarded the Nobel... 
Nottingham, United Kingdom of Great Britain 
BRITAIN'S SIR PETER MANSFIELD SPEAKS AT NOTTINGHAM UNIVERSITY AFTER
BEING AWARDED THE NOBEL PRIZE. 
British scientist Sir Peter Mansfield speaks at Nottingham University
after being awarded the Nobel prize for medicine, October 6, 2003.
Mansfield won the prize jointly with Paul Lauterbur of the U.S. for
their discoveries concering the use of magnetic resonance which in MRI
scanners enables doctors to see the internal organs and other tissues
through the use of a strong magnetic field. REUTERS/Darren Staples

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October 06, 2003 
Nobel Peace Prize for Medicine for 2003 winner Paul C. Lauterbur (R)
talks with former student Zhi-Pei... 
UNITED STATES 
NOBEL PRIZE FOR MEDICINE WINNER LAUTERBUR TALKS WITH A FORMER STUDENT. 
Nobel Peace Prize for Medicine for 2003 winner Paul C. Lauterbur (R)
talks with former student Zhi-Pei Liang (L) after a press conference at
the University of Illinois in Champaign, October 6, 2003. Lauterbur,
co-winner of this year's Nobel Prize in Medicine for developing what
the world knows as magnetic resonance imaging, said Monday it began as
an idea and seized control of his life for 25 years. REUTERS/Brent
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