Imaging tumour hypoxia with positron emission tomography

@inproceedings{Fleming2015ImagingTH,
  title={Imaging tumour hypoxia with positron emission tomography},
  author={Ian N Fleming and Roido Manavaki and Philip J Blower and Catharine M. L. West and Kaye J. Williams and Adrian L. Harris and Juozas Domarkas and Simon Richard Lord and C Baldry and Fiona J. Gilbert},
  booktitle={British Journal of Cancer},
  year={2015}
}
Hypoxia, a hallmark of most solid tumours, is a negative prognostic factor due to its association with an aggressive tumour phenotype and therapeutic resistance. Given its prominent role in oncology, accurate detection of hypoxia is important, as it impacts on prognosis and could influence treatment planning. A variety of approaches have been explored over the years for detecting and monitoring changes in hypoxia in tumours, including biological markers and noninvasive imaging techniques… CONTINUE READING
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