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The editors have requested me to write down this foreword most likely for 2 purposes: First, i've got spent 35 years attempting to improve radiolabeled compounds that will support diagnose and deal with illness. I, and the folks from my laboratory, were a lot concerned with constructing Nan'I for the analysis and therapy of hyperthyroidism and well-differentiated thyroid melanoma. moment, i used to be a player during the complete symposium upon which this publication relies. Our most recent '311-labeled compound, [l3lll metaiodobenzylguanidine, took us thirteen years to enhance. It has succeeded in diagnosing and treating adrenergic tumors '31 lower than conditions the place Na 1 could have failed for the prognosis and remedy of thyroid melanoma. I as a result wish that extra scientists may be drawn to this box. This booklet is written by way of clever, skilled investigators who're knowl edgeable. it's a needs to for an individual new within the box. For the skilled, i want to remind you that I attended the total symposium; the breadth and timeliness of the replace has helped us to redirect a few of our present efforts into extra scientifically effective channels. William H. Beierwaltes, M.D.
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