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Radiopharmaceuticals are safe radioactive drugs that can be used as diagnostic or therapeutic tools.

Patients are given a very small amount of safe radioactive medication injected into the blood stream.


Use low energy radioisotopes which allow physicians to see and measure disease within the body, via imaging.


Use high energy radioisotopes to treat malignant tumours.

How Radiopharmaceuticals Work

The process involves attaching a radioisotope to a targeting agent such as a small molecule or antibody.

The agent specifically binds to and delivers a radioactive payload to tumour cells

The payload can serve either diagnostically (through imaging) or therapeutically or both

In the case of therapeutic applications it allows the mechanism to be extremely selective to precisely deliver a radioactive payload to the tumour

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