Reflecting the past 20 years of intense research in radioimmunotherapy, this timely reference surveys an expansive breadth of topics on the evolving developments in radiation therapy. Placed in the context of advances in cancer treatment, chapters progress systematically from basic principles and properties of radionuclides to detailed summaries of current cancer therapies.reviews dosimetric principles and clinical dosimetry of radioimmunotherapy in the targeting and delivery of radiation
Up to date, clearly organized, and thorough-sure to become a standard in the field!
Providing comprehensive treatment on radiolabeled antibody therapy, Radioimmunotherapy of Cancer
describes tumor architectures and outlines novel constructs for radionuclide delivery
analyzes a variety of improved targeting approaches, including pretargeting contextual analysis of extracorporeal techniques in radioimmunotherapy
details studies from the radiotherapy of lymphoma, solid tumors, and ovarian cancer and the targeted radiotherapy of neuroblastoma and squamous head and neck cancer
and much more!
With contributions from nearly 50 international experts and containing over 1300 literature references, drawings, photographs, tables, and equations, Radioimmunotherapy of Cancer is an invaluable and indispensable reference for physicians in nuclear medicine and medical physicists; oncologists, radiologists, radiochemists, and radiopharmacists; immunologists, pulmonologists, and cancer researchers; pharmacologists and drug delivery pharmaceutical chemists; and upper-level undergraduate, graduate, and medical school students in these disciplines.
Radioimmunotherapy of Cancer