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Delivering a full dose of radiation therapy in a split second

08:34 EST 11 Feb 2020 | Science Blog

Radiation therapy to treat cancer can be grueling, requiring consecutive days of therapy over days or weeks. “When you talk to patients about coming in for 35 treatments, or seven weeks of daily therapy, usually their face kind of sags in disappointment or perhaps apprehension,” says Keith Cengel, a radiation oncologist at Penn’s Perelman School of Medicine. […]

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