Posts Tagged ‘recurring prostate cancer’

PHYSORG.COM: A radio-tracer known as anti-18F-FACBC could be used to detect and differentiate tumors recurring in prostate cancer, and metastatic cancers that develop in the surrounding lymph nodes. READ MORE>

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EUREKALERT.ORG:  Positron emission tomography/computer tomography scans with the imaging agent choline can detect recurring prostate cancer sooner than conventional imaging technologies in some patients after prostate surgery. READ MORE>

This is according to a new study published in Journal of Nuclear Medicine, which includes a broader examination of new agents and techniques for imaging prostate cancer.

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