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Nuclear Medicine in Germany: Diagnosis and Treatment of Cancer

Our specialists in nuclear medicine offer our patients a wide range of diagnostic and therapeutic procedures using radioactive substances. We use the most modern nuclear medicine technologies.

In addition to standard treatments and methods, our hospitals specialize in the following types of therapy and procedures:

  • Positron Emission Tomography (PET / CT) (Imaging procedure with radioactive substances)
  • DOTATATE Therapy (Treatment of endocrine tumors)
  • Lu-177 PSMA (Therapy and Diagnosis of prostate tumors through well-tolerated nuclear medicine procedure) 
  • SPECT diagnostics 
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Diagnosis and therapy for prostate cancer with Lutetium-177 PSMA–DKFZ 617

A new procedure (the Lu-177 PSMA therapy) combines exact diagnostics with efficient therapy. This opens up additional treatment options for patients with advanced prostate cancer. The preliminary costs of 1 cycle (excluding PET/CT , scintigraphy of the kidneys) are around 8.500,00 €. The detailed calculation will be provided upon request.

Helios Hospital in Berlin Buch offers MIBG Therapy: treatment of advanced-stage neuroendocrine tumor

Our specialists in nuclear medicine offer patients a wide range of diagnostic and therapeutic procedures using radioactive materials. One of these procedures is the MIBG therapy which is used to treat a range of cancer diseases called neuroendocrine tumors.

Neuroendocrine tumor: peptide radioreceptor therapy (PRRT) with Lutetium-177 DOTATOC

Peptide Receptor Radionuclide Therapy (PRRT) is a molecular therapy used to treat a specific type of cancer called neuroendocrine tumors (NETs).

Modern nuclear medicine at Helios - an interview with Prof. Dr. med. Dresel

Nuclear medicine involves using radioactive substances for diagnostics and treatment. What is the difference between nuclear medicine, radiotherapy, and radiology? What is radionuclide therapy, and what approaches are currently the most promising? These are the topics of our conversation with Prof. Dr. med. Stefan Dresel, Chief Physician of the Nuclear Medicine Department of the Helios Hospital Berlin-Buch.

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