MRI is widely used for diagnosis and characterization of many diseases and injuries. It has immense potential for early diagnosis of cancer through well-patient screening, but that potential is largely unrealized because the cost of dye-contrast MRI is $thousands and it is not affordable to screen well patients. We have employed a new methodology of magnetic design to project a domain of magnetic field outside the structure of a magnet, with 1.5 T field strength and < ppm homogeneity in the volume of interest of a target organ. The patient can then walk into the target location and the before/after images can be acquired in a few minutes time. This provision uniquely makes it possible to reduce the cost/image to be comparable to radiology procedures. Applications for breast, prostate, cardiac, and brain imaging will be discussed.