Personalizing Radiotherapy in Oncology: The Evolution of Treatment

January 9, 2020

Radiation therapy is one of the most common treatments used to fight cancer in the U.S., with more than half of cancer patients receiving it either alone or in combination with other medical interventions.1 With the traditional approach to radiation therapy, the dose and schedule is tailored to the tumor type, location, and stage of growth, but only infrequently updated in light of changes after treatment starts. Experts in adaptive therapy are looking to deliver a more personalized treatment strategy guided by the individual patient’s needs.

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Greater Lawrence Family Health Center

The Greater Lawrence Family Health Center is one of more than 900 community health centers providing medical care in isolated and impoverished areas across the country. Prior to GLFHC's establishment in 1980, the indigent and the uninsured living in Lawrence and neighboring communities had few health care alternatives. Consequently, Lawrence lagged behind the rest of Massachusetts on virtually all health status indicators...

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Greater Lawrence Family Health Center

The Greater Lawrence Family Health Center is one of more than 900 community health centers providing medical care in isolated and impoverished areas across the country. Prior to GLFHC's establishment in 1980, the indigent and the uninsured living in Lawrence and neighboring communities had few health care alternatives. Consequently, Lawrence lagged behind the rest of Massachusetts on virtually all health status indicators...

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