18F-choline PET/CT detects PCa recurrences early
One year ago - By Modern Medicine
Three out of four patients with prostate cancer with an 18F-choline positron emission tomography/computed tomography-detected recurrence were potentially salvageable with local therapy or metastasis-directed therapy , according to results of the screening phase of the phase II STOMP randomized trial.
Dr. Ost“The majority of prostate cancer recurrences are eligible for local therapies and should not be considered palliative,” first author Piet Ost, MD, PhD, radiation oncologist and senior clinical investigator of the Research Foundation, Flanders, Belgium, told Urology Times. Findings were...
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