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PRRT Resources

EDUCATIONAL WEBINARS

NET expert and radiologist Dr. Thomas Hope of UCSF addresses the latest in NET imaging and PRRT.

Nuclear Medicine Physician Dr. Erik Mittra provides an update on PRRT. Plus, hear from a NET patient who has received multiple rounds of PRRT treatments.

Nuclear medicine specialist Dr. Delpassand provides an update on the exciting advances in NET Management including Cu64 DOTATATE & Alpha PRRT.

PODCAST

Administrative Nurse Lindy Gardner of UCLA Health answers 10 common questions about the before, during and after of PRRT.

Nuclear Medicine Physician Dr. Martin Auerbach of UCLA Health answers 10 common questions about the decision-making process of PRRT.

Patient advocate Josh Mailman answers ten common questions about the past, present, and future of PRRT.

PRRT CLINICAL TRIALS

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COMPOSE is an international phase III clinical study to evaluate the efficacy, safety and impact on quality of life of Targeted Radionuclide Therapy (PRRT) with no-carrier-added lutetium-177-edotreotide (n.c.a. 177Lu-edotreotide) compared to a standard therapy with either CAPTEM or everolimus or FOLFOX, in patients with well-differentiated advanced Grade 2 and Grade 3, somatostatin receptor-positive (SSTR+) neuroendocrine tumors of gastroenteric or pancreatic origin (G2 and G3 GEP-NETs).

The study is being conducted predominantly in Europe, North America, India and Australia, in approximately 10 countries and 40 sites. Learn more and join the study here.

RayzeBio is sponsoring the ACTION-1 study, a phase 1b/3 open-label study of 225Ac-DOTATATE (RYZ101) compared with standard of care therapy in patients with inoperable, advanced, SSTR+ well-differentiated GEP-NET that has progressed following treatment with 177Lu-DOTATATE/TOC. The phase 1 portion is currently enrolling. More information on this trial can be found here.

NANETS NET GUIDELINES BY TOPIC

This is for informational use only. LACNETS is not endorsing or recommending any particular treatment or trials. LACNETS encourages you to discuss your individual needs and options with your medical team. For more information about available clinical trials, go to www.clinicaltrials.gov.

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