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Daniel Hamstra, MD, PhD, on Prostate Cancer: Decreasing Rectal Toxicity

2016 ASTRO Annual Meeting

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Daniel A. Hamstra, MD, PhD, of Texas Oncology, discusses phase III findings on the use of an absorbable hydrogel spacer designed to decrease rectal toxicity and improve bowel quality of life for patients with prostate cancer. (Abstract LBA-6)



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