Imaging tool shows promise in accurate prostate cancer detection

09/26/2011 | HealthImaging.com

Scientists at the University of California, Los Angeles, found that PET imaging using "reporter genes" to detect castration resistant prostate cancer accurately spotted metastases in all the nine animals studied. The system could aid oncologists in the rapid diagnosis and treatment of prostate cancer, researchers reported in Cancer Research.

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