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Radiotheranostics could be the best solutions for many cancer treatments in some cases, including:

Breast Cancer

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Bone Cancer & Pain Palliation

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Female Cancer

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Gastrointestinal Cancer

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Head and Neck Cancer

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Kidney Cancer

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Neuroendocrine Tumors (NETs)

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Prostate Cancer

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Thyroid Cancer

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and many more types of cancer

How Does it Work?

Radiopharmaceuticals are molecules developed as diagnostic and/or therapeutic agents based on drugs labeled with radioactive atoms and injected as a drug to patients. When these molecules are developed as pairs for diagnosis and therapy in the same disease, they are called Radiotheranostic pairs.


• For each pathology, specific ligands can be associated with receptors from the targeted cells
• This ligand can be converted in a vector that will carry a radioactive atom to this target


Precisely target a biological entity that is specific for one tissue, one type of cell or one organ (e.g. a tumor cell).


Depending on the type of emitted radiation (rays or particles) the atom (radionuclide) will act as:

  • A tracer, i.e. an imaging (diagnosis) agent emitting a signal from the target-bound tissue OR
  • A drug, i.e. a therapeutic agent destroying the targeted cells


• Destroy cancer cells with minimum damage to healthy tissues
• Potential to reduce the risk of side effects
• May improve the quality of life during and after treatment
• Alternative option for recurrent disease
• Conditions where conventional radiotherapy has reached its limit

Guidelines to start treatment

Talk with your Oncologist

First refer to your treating physician and raise the question of Radiotheranostics for cancer therapy and the wide range of specialties and treatments.

Find a Treatment Center

In order to get the best information and assessment, contact the centers that use Radiotheranostics for cancer treatment.

Share your story

Are you a cancer survivor familiar with Radiotheranostics and wish to share your story with the Oncidium foundation community? Other patients, families and friends may get a better understanding or simply relate.

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