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Nuclear Medicine Global Market Report 2024

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Nuclear Medicine is a field of medicine that uses radioactive materials to diagnose and treat diseases, particularly cancer. Nuclear Medicine is used to detect and monitor the progression of cancer, as well as to provide targeted treatments. It is used to detect cancer cells in the body, to measure the effectiveness of cancer treatments, and to provide targeted radiation therapy. Nuclear Medicine can also be used to detect and monitor the spread of cancer to other parts of the body. Nuclear Medicine is used in combination with other treatments, such as chemotherapy and surgery, to provide a comprehensive approach to cancer care. It is also used to provide palliative care, to reduce pain and improve quality of life for cancer patients. Nuclear Medicine is a rapidly growing field, with new technologies and treatments being developed to improve the diagnosis and treatment of cancer. Companies in the Nuclear Medicine market include GE Healthcare, Siemens Healthineers, Philips Healthcare, and Toshiba Medical Systems. Show Less Read more