Carbon tracer promising for detecting recurrent PCa


Orlando, FL-The use of radiopharmaceutical carbon-11 acetate in positron emission tomography (PET) appears to be more sensitive in picking up recurrent prostate cancer than standard imaging techniques, according to preliminary imaging studies presented at the AUA annual meeting.

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