Do you offer ultra-hypofractionated 5-fraction RT regimens for DCIS s/p lumpectomy?  

These patients were not included in FAST or FAST-Forward. Can we extrapolate to the treatment of high grade DCIS?



Answer from: Radiation Oncologist at Community Practice
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Radiation Oncologist
There is quite a bit of data for DCIS treated with...
Radiation Oncologist at Cleveland Clinic
@Theodore E. Yaeger, it's important to recognize t...
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Answer from: Radiation Oncologist at Academic Institution
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Radiation Oncologist at Torrance Memorial Medical Center
Thank you, @Chirag S. Shah! Do you tend to boost t...
Radiation Oncologist at Cleveland Clinic
I have not boosted but you certainly can, about 25...
Radiation Oncologist at Torrance Memorial Medical Center
Thank you!
Radiation Oncologist at Varian Medical Systems/Allegheny health network
Yes, we do routinely in elderly and have considere...
Radiation Oncologist
What is the fraction size for 5 fractions?
Radiation Oncologist at Cleveland Clinic
I use fast regimen so 28.5 Gy in 5 fractions once ...
Radiation Oncologist at Multicare Health Syst
Why weekly rather than daily?
Radiation Oncologist at Baylor Scott & White Clinic - Temple
What type of dose/fractionation are you using for ...
Radiation Oncologist at Cleveland Clinic
@Simul Parikh, I go with weekly based on the FAST ...
Radiation Oncologist at Confluence Health
All of these are excellent rationales for incorpor...
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