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Alysa M. Fairchild, MD, on Preventing Radiation-Induced Pain Flare

2015 ASTRO Annual Meeting

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Alysa M. Fairchild, MD, of the Cross Cancer Institute and the University of Alberta, discusses her study on the use of dexamethasone to reduce pain flare in patients receiving palliative radiotherapy for bone metastases (Abstract LBA6663).



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