Nuclear Medicine & Radiation Therapy

ISSN: 2155-9619

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Enoch Paul

Department of Radiation Therapy, McGill University, Quebec, Canada

  • Mini Review   
    When Treating Rare Neuroendocrine Tumours, Precision Medicine
    Author(s): Enoch Paul*

    The clinical care of neuroendocrine tumours, a rare neoplasm with rising prevalence, is difficult. The possibility for these tumours to emit amines or peptide hormones that result in recognisable clinical symptoms is an oddity. Hormonal disorders can have a major detrimental impact on a patient's quality of life and prognosis. The attempts to understand the molecular pathways behind tumour growth and progression have been hampered by their relative rarity, vast anatomic distribution, and varied biological behaviour. Our knowledge of the genomic and epigenome events underlying NET pathogenesis has improved as a result of recent advancements in "omic" technology and their expanded accessibility... Read More»
    DOI: 10.37421/2155-9619.2023.14.538

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