In what situations can short course RT (5Gy x 5fx) be used instead of chemoRT for rectal cancer?   


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Radiation Oncologist at Texas Oncology
Can you clarify if/how you modify your target volu...
Radiation Oncologist at University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center
I don’t. I treat standard pelvic volumes inc...
Radiation Oncologist at Henry Ford Health System
Excellent question: Guidelines in the RAPIDO clini...
Radiation Oncologist at Vanderbilt-Ingram Cancer Center
Are there any considerations in regards to dose? D...
Radiation Oncologist at Henry Ford Health System
We stopped doing the concurrent boost technique ab...
Radiation Oncologist at Washington University School of Medicine
Dear Bob. I agree with your wise, well thought out...
Radiation Oncologist at Washington University School of Medicine
Regarding the concurrent boost technique, I agree ...
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Radiation Oncologist at UPMC Hillman Cancer Center
What about recent data showing in patients with Pe...
Radiation Oncologist at Henry Ford Health System
@Sushil Beriwal, this is an excellent discussion p...
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Radiation Oncologist at Brigham and Women's Hospital
I agree completely with @Theodore S. Hong's commen...
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Radiation Oncologist at Cancer Specialists of North Florida
Thank you for the excellent breakdown of the two t...
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Radiation Oncologist at Stony Brook University School of Medicine
@Emma Holliday is right. I feel differently about ...
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