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PET data could yield new models for cancer treatment, study shows

SNMMI SmartBrief | Jul 29, 2014

A study presented at the annual meeting of the American Association of Physicists in Medicine that used radiomics suggests data from PET images can guide creation of cancer treatment models for determining optimal radiation dose. "This is different from what has been done in the past," said researcher Joseph Deasy of Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. "Diagnostic imaging was typically only used to identify the presence of the cancer or to outline the extent of the disease to define the field that gets the high dose of radiation." DOTMed.com (07/23)


Shortages likely due to NTP shutdown

SNMMI SmartBrief | Jul 28, 2014

New test uses walking gait to help predict dementia

SNMMI SmartBrief | Jul 30, 2014

Agent could give new window into activity of GI tract

SNMMI SmartBrief | Jul 28, 2014

Review shows utility of radiocholine PET/CT in prostate cancer treatment planning

SNMMI SmartBrief | Jul 25, 2014

Test offers cheaper, easier way to detect cancer

SNMMI SmartBrief | Jul 29, 2014

Idaho State obtains license to produce copper-67

SNMMI SmartBrief | Jul 29, 2014

What should a brain theory look like?

SNMMI SmartBrief | Jul 25, 2014

Compounds show promise for brain stabilization in Alzheimer's

SNMMI SmartBrief | Jul 28, 2014

Report: Alzheimer's drug market poised for growth

SNMMI SmartBrief | Jul 30, 2014


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