Non-invasive evaluation of tumour microenvironment using PET and MRI in animal models for cancer

March 14, 2006
Location: Vancouver Hospital, Div. Nuclear Medicine - Library G607
Presenter: Donald T. Yapp, Research Scienitist

Molecular analysis of tumour samples has highlighted pathways that are implicated in cancer progression. However, less is known about how activation of these pathways are manifested in the tumour microenvironment. The use of positron emission tomography and magnetic resonance imaging to assess tumour physiology/function can shed light on how the tumour microenvironment responds to therapy, disease progression or genetic changes.

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