Researchers use radioisotope to treat ovarian cancer

09/1/2009 | United Press International

Swedish researchers attached a molecule to a radioisotope equipped with alpha particles that can accurately target and destroy ovarian cancer cells. The researchers injected the substance directly into a patient's abdominal cavity in an initial study, which showed the technique to be effective and with no measurable adverse events.

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