November 16th 2016
Researchers have identified 3 distinct molecular subtypes of primary prostate cancer that correlate with distant metastasis-free survival and response to radiation therapy.
November 2nd 2016
Elizabeth H. Baldini, MD, MPH, director, radiation oncology, center for sarcoma and bone oncology, associate professor of radiation oncology, Harvard Medical School, discusses sarcoma
October 31st 2016
Robert B. Den, MD, associate professor of Radiation Oncology, Jefferson Health, discusses the use of radiation therapy as a treatment for patients with prostate cancer.
October 31st 2016
Adam Dicker, MD, PhD, professor, chair, department of Radiation Oncology Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center, Thomas Jefferson University, discusses the potential for radiation combinations.
October 26th 2016
Radiation therapy can be effectively delivered in more focused, intensive, and shorter-course treatment regimens that offer patients at least equivalent—and in some cases superior—outcomes in several tumor types, thus helping to mitigate challenging adverse effects of standard approaches.
October 19th 2016
Bridgett Harr, CNP, radiation oncology, Cleveland Clinic, discusses survivorship and managing long-term side effects in head and neck cancer.
October 18th 2016
Puneeth Iyengar, MD, radiation oncologist, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, discusses the rationale behind the use of hypofractionated radiation as a treatment for patients with non–small cell lung cancer.
October 17th 2016
Daniel Eidelberg Spratt, MD, assistant professor, radiation oncology, University of Michigan Health System, discusses challenges regarding the classification of risk groups in prostate cancer.
October 14th 2016
In a propensity-matched analysis of a national cancer registry, patients who underwent radical cystectomy or concurrent chemoradiation to treat urothelial cancer demonstrated statistically similar median overall survival rates. Further analysis suggests that the hazard ratios between the two treatments change over time and is hypothesis generating.
October 13th 2016
For patients who are likely to experience contiguous recurrence of glioblastoma, a new computer simulation using tumor treating fields and employing a personalized transducer array, delivered electric field intensities that exceeded therapeutic intensities in 3 different tumor locations. The findings may aid treatment planning when using the NovoTAL System, which optimizes therapeutic delivery in 2 orthogonal directions to the gross tumor volume and proximal peri-tumoral brain zone.