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AbstractNuclear medicine has evolved over the last half-century from a functional imaging modality using a handful of radiopharmaceuticals, many of unknown structure and mechanism of action, into a modern speciality that can properly be described as molecular imaging, with a very large number of specific radioactive probes of known structure that image specific molecular processes. The advances of cancer treatment in recent decades towards targeted and immune therapies, combined withdoi:10.1186/s40644-021-00385-8 pmid:33516256 fatcat:uemaf3o7pvgyth3du36r4mrg5m