How much CO2 does prostate MRI testing generate?

Overall, 8.1 million kg CO2 equivalents could be avoided by performing 100,000 fewer unnecessary biopsies
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The environmental impact of prostate biopsies and MRI is considerable, with one procedure alone generating over 80kg of carbon emissions, according to a study.

US researchers from the Yale School of Medicine in New Haven, Connecticut, have estimated the environmental impact associated with prostate MRI and prostate biopsy.