PET used to look at prostate cancer spread

07/11/2008 | AuntMinnie.com (free registration)

A new study is using PET to look at cancer cells in mice as a way of determining how cancer spreads to the lymph nodes and prostate before other organs. Understanding the spread of cancer to the pelvic lymph nodes is an important way of detecting the level of prostate cancer.

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