Glioblastoma (GBM) is the most common and most aggressive of the primary malignant brain tumor in adults,with a median overall survival of 19.6 months following multi-modality therapy. The main limiting factor indelivering a tumoricidal radiation dose is the toxicity to surrounding brain. Therapeutic radionuclides, due to ashort tissue path and differences in radiobiology, have the potential to extend the therapeutic window for radiationin GBM.
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