Increasing Rates of Early-Onset Gastric Cancer in the United States

Gastric cancer is a severe malignancy associated with a poor prognosis that most commonly occurs in patients over the age of 70. Although gastric cancer is the third most common cancer in the United States, rates of this malignancy have been in decline in recent years due to increased understanding of risk factors and efforts […]

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Proton Beam Radiotherapy Safer Than Traditional Radiotherapy

Concurrent chemoradiotherapy (CCRT) is a standard treatment approach for many patients with early stage, non-metastatic cancers. While this approach is highly effective in reducing tumor size and can be curative in some patients, it is often associated with severe side effects that can impact patient quality-of-life. Proton beam radiotherapy (PBRT) is an alternative to traditional […]

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