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Vratislav Strnad, MD, PhD, on Multicatheter Brachytherapy After Breast-Conserving Surgery

2015 ASTRO Annual Meeting

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Vratislav Strnad, MD, PhD, of the University Hospital in Erlangen, discusses results from a European study comparing accelerated partial-breast irradiation using brachytherapy, to the standard treatment of whole-breast irradiation for women with low-risk breast cancer (Abstract LBA7).



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