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Supriya Chopra, MD, on Reducing Late Bowel Toxicity in Cervical Cancer

2015 ASTRO Annual Meeting

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Supriya Chopra, MD, of Tata Memorial Hospital, discusses results of the PARCER study, which compared conventional 3D conformal radiotherapy to image-guided intensity-modulated radiotherapy in reducing bowel side effects for women with cervical cancer (Abstract 8).



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