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New Guidelines for Head & Neck Cancer Reirradiation

Recurrent and second primary head-and-neck squamous cell carcinomas (HNSCC) arising within or close to previously irradiated areas are a significant clinical challenge. Salvage surgical resection is the standard of care, but...

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Treatment Trends in Laryngeal Cancer

Of the 13,000 Americans diagnosed with laryngeal cancer in 2010, 3,660 were projected to die from the disease. Traditionally, early-stage disease has been treated using radiation therapy (RT) or surgical resection with...

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A New Guide for Using Antiemetics

A significant proportion of all cancer patients experience nausea or vomiting during the course of their treatment. Nausea and vomiting have long been common adverse effects from certain types of cancer therapy and can lead to...

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Guideline Adherence & Post-Mastectomy Radiation Use

Radiation therapy after mastectomy is not always necessary for women with low-risk breast cancer, but it is frequently recommended for high-risk breast cancers. For intermediate breast cancers, use of radiation therapy after...

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