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Summary of Tumor Imaging Using Radioisotopes

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Summary of Tumor Imaging Using Radioisotopes

  1. 1. Summary of Tumor Imaging Using Radioisotopes (RAS/6/042) Shuji TANADA, MD Project Lead Country Coordinator IUHW Mita Hospital, Tokyo, Japan and National Institute of Radiological Sciences, Chiba, Japan
  2. 2. Objectives: <Implementation of Tumor Imaging with Radioisotopes> •To improve the management of cancer patients •To transfer imaging techniques of PET and SPECT •To detect various cancers with less invasive techniques •To monitor the efficacies of therapies •To validate and develop protocol for sentinel lymph node (SLN) detection technique
  3. 3. Regional Work Plan for 2005 - 2008 2005-04: Project Coordinator Meeting (Chiba, Japan) 2005-10: RTC on PET (Fukui, Japan) 2006-04: RTC on SLND with NM Technique (Beijing, China) 2006-10: RTC on Oncological Application (Seoul, Korea) 2006-11: RTC on PET Applications (Maebashi and Chiba, Japan) 2007-04: Mid-term Review Meeting (Hanoi, Viet Nam) 2007-11: Joint RTC on PET Applications in Clinical Management of patients linked to the IAEA International symposium “International conference on Clinical PET and Molecular Medicine.” (Bangkok, Thailand) 2008-03: Final Progress Review Meeting (Chiba, Japan)
  4. 4. Project Mid-Term Progress Review Meeting • Date: 16-20 April 2007 • Venue: Tran Hung Dao General Hospital, Hanoi, Vietnam • Meeting Host: Dr. Ngoc Ha LE • 12 Project Coordinators from 12 Member States • Japan (Lead Country), Bangladesh, China, Korea, Malaysia, Mongolia, Myanmar, Pakistan, Philippines, Sri Lanka, Thailand and Viet Nam •Objectives: To check the progress against the project plan 1) To check the progress activities according to the detailed activity 2) To collect data on Output indicators, and check achievement of Outputs 3) To collect data on Project Purpose indicators, and check the achievement status
  5. 5. Number Introduction of New Techniques 3/12 (25%) 25 Centers (9: SLND; CPR, THA) (11:PET/CT; CPR, MAL, THA) (5: SPECT/CT; CPR) Trainees 88 specialists in nuclear medicine and the relevant 4RTCs for 2005-2006 (12 MSs: BGD CPR, IND, INS, MAL, MON, MAY, PAK, PHI, SRL, THA, VIE) 1. Progress of Regional Activities:
  6. 6. No. of Participan ts in RTCs No. of National Training Courses No of the participants involved in the NTCs No. of Local Participants in NTCs Efficiency of Participant s No. of newly introduced techniques BGD 7 1 4 126 57% 0 CPR 11 4 7 407 64% 15 IND 10 N/A N/A N/A 0% 0 INS 6 N/A N/A N/A 0% 0 MAL 7 6 4 820 57% 2 MON 3 1 1 85 33% 0 MAY 5 0 0 0 0% 0 PAK 6 2 1 250 17% 0 PHI 9 9 6 386 67% 0 SRL 4 3 4 78 100% 0 THA 11 3 6 320 55% 8 VIE 9 7 8 500 89% 0 Total 88 36 49 3340 53% 25 2. Progress of Local Activities
  7. 7. Joint RTC on PET Applications in Clinical Management of   patients linked to the IAEA International symposium  “ International conference on Clinical PET and Molecular Medicine.” (Bangkok, Thailand) •Date: 10-14, November, 2007 •Venue: Bangkok, Thailand •Objectives: 1) To give quite beginners general information and basic knowledge on clinical PET in order to implement the PET activities in the member states. 2) To give the participants a chance to attend the International Conference on Clinical PET and Molecular Medicine sponsored by IAEA.
  8. 8. Final Progress Review Review Meeting •Date: 31 March -4 April 2008 •Venue: National Institute of Radiological Sciences, Chiba, Japan •Meeting Host: Shuji TANADA, MD •11 Project Coordinators from 11 Member States •Japan (Lead Country), Bangladesh, China, Indonesia, Malaysia, Myanmar, Pakistan, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Thailand and Viet Nam •Objectives: To finalize National Reports and Regional Project Report
  9. 9. • RAS/6/049 (Strengthening Clinical Applications of PET in RCA Member States) will continue the effort to improve the application of nuclear medicine in the RCA region, with a specific focus on the use of PET technology.
  10. 10. Thank you for your attention. Project Coordinators Meeting, April, 2005, at NIRS, JAPAN

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