Sharmili Roy1, Dennis Lai-Hong Cheong1, Mary C. Stephenson1, Trina Kok1, Evelyn Laurens1, Joshua D. Schaefferkoetter1, John James Totman1, Vicky Koh2, Johann Tang2, Joseph Ng2, Jeffrey Low2, and Bok Ai Choo2
Response assessment after radical radiation
therapy (RT) is typically performed months post treatment completion due to
confounding acute RT effects. This study presents feasibility and early results
on the ability of PET/MRI in visualizing early tumor changes in the cervix even
during RT. This could potentially provide actionable information for treatment
modifications prior to the completion of standard of care.