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Intensity modulated pelvic radiation therapy reduces patient reported toxicities

(NRG Oncology) NRG Oncology investigators report better patient-reported quality of life measures for women who received intensity modulated radiation therapy (IMRT) for their pelvic radiation therapy (RT) than those who received standard RT.
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