SPECT agent shows promise for imaging metastatic HER2 breast cancer

03/31/2014 | MolecularImaging.net

Indium-111 ABY-025 with SPECT could be used to pinpoint human epidermal growth factor receptor type 2 expression in metastatic breast cancer lesions, even with ongoing HER2-targeted treatment, according to data from a first-in-human trial reported in the Journal of Nuclear Medicine. Rapid clearance allowed for production of high-contrast images within four to 24 hours, and low hepatic uptake could allow for better imaging of liver lesions than a previous agent.

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