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The use of cancer imaging in guiding and monitoring oncological therapies

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  1. Molecular imaging technologies are increasingly used to diagnose, monitor, and guide treatment of i.e., cancer. In this review, the current status and future prospects of the use of molecular imaging as an in...

    Authors: Imke Boekestijn, Matthias N. van Oosterom, Paolo Dell’Oglio, Floris H. P. van Velden, Martin Pool, Tobias Maurer, Daphne D. D. Rietbergen, Tessa Buckle and Fijs W. B. van Leeuwen
    Citation: Cancer Imaging 2022 22:48
  2. The goals of precision oncology are to provide targeted drug therapy based on each individual’s specific tumor biology, and to enable the prediction and early assessment of treatment response to allow treatmen...

    Authors: Christine E. Edmonds, Sophia R. O’Brien, David A. Mankoff and Austin R. Pantel
    Citation: Cancer Imaging 2022 22:31
  3. Neuroendocrine neoplasia (NEN) is an umbrella term that includes a widely heterogeneous disease group including well-differentiated neuroendocrine tumours (NETs), and aggressive neuroendocrine carcinomas (NECs...

    Authors: Amir Iravani, Ashwin Singh Parihar, Timothy Akhurst and Rodney J. Hicks
    Citation: Cancer Imaging 2022 22:25
  4. Currently, most CNS tumors require tissue sampling to discern their molecular/genomic landscape. However, growing research has shown the powerful role imaging can play in non-invasively and accurately detectin...

    Authors: Saivenkat Vagvala, Jeffrey P. Guenette, Camilo Jaimes and Raymond Y. Huang
    Citation: Cancer Imaging 2022 22:19