Yes, I have been informed about PRRT, our Cancer Center in Allentown, PA is currently working on getting rooms ready for this treatment. Due to the extensive illness he had with 100 days in hospital ; mostly ICU, then rehab in the same building although separate from the hospital itself, he has renal failure at 28% currently. I don't know if he will be a candidate for the PRRT. I also wonder why it was administered in Europe for many years before the AMA approved it for the US, and they have stopped administering it in Europe now? Our Oncologist is not a specialist in NET but is connected with Salone Kettering in NYC and has a special interest in Carcinoid so we feel we are in good hands. We went to a Dr. Metz for a second opinion in Philadelphia and left there feeling like a lab rat. The doctor barely looked at my husband, had his head in the computer all the time we were there asking him questions, like he was ready to use his information for his next publication.