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Adding radiation treatments to inoperable lung cancer increases survival by up to one year

07:31 EDT 25 Aug 2017 | Science Daily

Patients with unresectable, or inoperable, lung cancer are often given a dismal prognosis, with low rates of survival beyond a few years. Researchers exploring combination therapies have recently discovered improved survival rates by up to one year when patients treated with a newly formulated chemotherapy regimen are also given radiation therapy.

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