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Molecular imaging has become an essential tool in the diagnosis, evaluation and treatment of patients with gastrointestinal cancers. It usually takes between 30 and 60 minutes for the FDG distribution throughout the body to become fixed.
Gastrointestinal GI Cancer Gastrointestinal cancer GI occurs when certain cells within the gastrointestinal tract grow in an uncontrolled, abnormal, manner. What is PET? Diagnose and stage : by determining the location of the cancer and where the cancer has spread in the body.
Long-term follow up data in the EPOC randomised controlled phase III study confirm the significant improvement in progression-free survival of perioperative chemotherapy in resectable liver metastases from colorectal cancer. EORTC is providing the clinical research infrastructure.
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The presence and prognostic relevance of the intratumoural microbiota in pancreatic cancer, and the roles of intratumoural bacteria in oncogenesis and therapeutic response are beginning to be elucidated. The feasibility of characterizing intratumoural microbial communities from paraffin-embedded tissues has now been validated, providing greater opportunities for retrospective research. Drug-loaded nanoparticles that specifically bind to phages infecting cancer-promoting bacteria found in colonic tumours augment the effects of chemotherapy against colorectal cancer in mice.
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