No. You will not receive any ionizing radiation. In non-technical terms, ionizing radiation means radiation that is capable of altering chemical compounds. – In this case the chemicals that make up your body or DNA. Mostly we’re worried about radiation that could potentially alter our DNA If radiation cannot change DNA then there is no accepted scientific evidence that it can cause cancer. During a clinical MRI examination you will not receive radiation that is capable of damaging or altering the chemical structure of your DNA.