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Biotherapy and Radiopharmaceuticals

Biotherapy involves the use of biological substances, such as antibodies or genetically engineered cells, to treat diseases. Radiopharmaceuticals are drugs that contain radioactive materials and are used for diagnostic or therapeutic purposes, often in nuclear medicine. Both fields aim to harness the power of biological agents or radiation for targeted therapy.

  • Types of Biotherapy: Monoclonal antibodies, gene therapy, cell-based therapies
  • Radiopharmaceuticals: Role of radioactive substances in diagnosis and treatment
  • Applications in Cancer Treatment: Targeted therapies and radioisotope-based treatments