Finding tumours via Cerenkov luminescence imaging

Prospective testing of a clinical fiberscope with a lightproof enclosure for Cerenkov luminescence imaging using five different radiotracers showed satisfactory agreement with standard-of-care nuclear imaging for tumour location.

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The cover illustrates that a clinical fiberscope for Cerenkov luminescence imaging can be used to detect tumour location in patients with cancer who had undergone routine molecular imaging.

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Pep Pàmies

Chief Editor, Nature Biomedical Engineering, Nature Research