In a surgically staged Stage II Grade 1 endometrial adenocarcinoma, with no other high risk factors, would you treat with brachytherapy alone or add on the pelvic RT?  

NCCN recommends brachytherapy plus or minus pelvic RT for surgically staged Grade 1, Stage II patients, but these originally staged IIB patients were not included in PORTEC 2 so not sure what data there is to support eliminating pelvic RT in this subset.  



Answer from: Radiation Oncologist at Community Practice
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Radiation Oncologist at Florida Hospital Cancer Institute
Our practice is consistent with @Sushil Beriwal&rs...
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Radiation Oncologist at University of Cincinnati College of Medicine
This recent data is helpful. Pelvic failure is qui...
Radiation Oncologist at Bismarck Cancer Center
Reference citations in support of the approach, in...
Radiation Oncologist at CancerCare Manitoba
We treat with VBT alone if there are no high risk ...
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