PET imaging identifies aggressive kidney cancers that require surgery

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Kidney Cancer Surgery Treatment

The ability to identify an individual's specific tumor type prior to surgery could have important implications for the management of patients diagnosed with kidney cancer. A newly published study demonstrates that imaging with Positron Emission Tomography (PET) using a radiolabeled antibody accurately identifies whether a patient has clear cell renal carcinoma

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