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The ARTICULATE PRO study at the Nuffield Department of Surgical Sciences (NDS) has produced three videos highlighting the use of artificial intelligence (AI) to help pathologists in diagnosing prostate cancer.

A female researcher processing a prostate biopsy in the laboratory

ARTICULATE PRO evaluates the deployment of AI in the prostate cancer pathway by using Paige Prostate to assist pathologists when reading prostate biopsies.

Associate Professor Clare Verrill, Principal Investigator of ARTICULATE PRO and Cellular Pathology Consultant at Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (OUH) was interviewed in the video. ‘As a prostate biopsy passes through our laboratory, it’s read by Paige Prostate and the output is available to me as I go to report the case,' she explains. 'Importantly, as a pathologist with years of expertise in this field, I retain oversight of the final report. Ultimately, there’s still a human at the end of the chain.’

The videos also feature interviews with Dr Lisa Browning (Consultant Histopathologist at OUH) and Margaret Horton (Vice President of Clinical Partnerships and Evidence Generation at Paige) who both discuss the benefits of the study, and Richard Scheffer (patient advocate), who gives a patient perspective on why it is important to be involved in the project. 

Watch the videos on the NDS YouTube channel.

Find out more about the study on the ARTICULATE PRO website