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Radiation, surgery, and chemotherapy, singly or combined, are modalities that are frequently used for the treatment of primary brain malignancies and metastases that secondarily spread to the brain. Each of the 3 modalities continues to improve with time; likewise the efficacy in management of...
Multiple systems have been developed for grading the adverse effects (AEs) of cancer treatment. The National Cancer Institute Common Toxicity Criteria (CTC) system has substantially evolved since its inception in 1983. The most recent version, CTCAE v3.0 (Common Terminology Criteria for Adverse...
Any effective cancer therapy developed to date is associated with a spectrum of normal tissue effects of varying incidence and severity. With an increasing number of novel therapeutic approaches undergoing clinical testing and an increased effort to optimize the established treatment modalities,...
The intestine is often dose limiting during abdominal and pelvic radiation therapy. Delayed bowel toxicity is difficult to manage and adversely impacts the quality of life of long-term cancer survivors. Of the 8 to 9 million cancer survivors currently living in the United States, more than half...
With continued advances in strategies to detect cancer early and treat it effectively along with the aging of the population, the number of individuals living years beyond a cancer diagnosis can be expected to continue to increase. Although beneficial and often lifesaving against the diagnosed...
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