The rise of theranostics: Part 2 -- Moving into communities

A decade ago, only a few radiopharmaceutical agents were used to help treat cancer patients. That has changed and the field of theranostics is expanding rapidly in various ways, as described in part 1 of's series on the rise of theranostics.

However, few freestanding theranostics centers exist today. Even if some private urology, radiation oncology practices, or radiologist groups are building the ability to perform theranostics, experts are cautious about patient management, radiation safety, and the risk of unnecessary imaging. They're also mindful of the multiple dedicated teams required to build a theranostics clinic properly. asked leaders in the field to discuss what to know before branching into prostate cancer theranostics.

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