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For Some Lung Cancer Patients Receiving SBRT, One and Done Approach Works Best

A new study led by Anurag Singh, MD, of Roswell Park Cancer Institute and presented at the American Society for Radiation Oncology (ASTRO) 2016 Annual Meeting suggests that a single high-intensity SBRT dose can be as effective as three slightly lower doses of radiation.
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