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Nuclear Medicine 


Nuclear medicine is a specialized area of radiology that uses small amounts of radioactive material called radiotracers to diagnose, evaluate and treat various diseases, including some cancers.


These radiotracers are used to spot tumors and visualize if the cancer has spread. It can also help target cancer cells. 

There are several types of nuclear medicine that treat cancer. They include:

  • Radioimmunotherapy

  • Radioactive iodine therapy

  • Brachytherapy

Cancer Centers of America's top nuclear medicine specialists come with decades of experience and are armed with the latest diagnostic techniques to help diagnose and treat cancer. With advanced technology and equipment, CCA Nashik is poised to be a top nuclear medicine center in the country.

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