Barree Posted January 26, 2018 Share Posted January 26, 2018 Considerations relating to Radium-223 Therapy. I found this to be worthwhile for anyone with advanced metastatic disease predominately in the bones that may wish to discuss this treatment with their oncologist. Please note: The possible combination treatment with Abiraterone has been discontinued as it is now considered to be dangerous (see post on this site). However the rest of the presentation is informative and up to date. For a simpler more understandable version of Radium-223 Therapy check out our own JimJImJimJIm version on this site.Just go to the top bar and click on:- Our You Tube videos. This video is an excerpt from Dr. Eric Rohren's state of the art presentation on Radium-223. This discussion includes the operationalization of Radium-223 at MD Anderson. In addition treatment it contains a review of the different agents available for imaging skeletal metastases in patients with metastatic castration-resistant prostate cancer. It also takes a look at patient prognosis and survival data. This video is on the Uro Today site and it is intended for a professional audience. To go to this video just click on this link https://tinyurl.com/ybe9augt Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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