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Maria Werner-Wasik, MD, on Issues in Lung Toxicity

2016 ASTRO Annual Meeting

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Maria Werner-Wasik, MD, of Thomas Jefferson University Hospital, summarizes a session she moderated on lung toxicity, including the impact of cardiac radiation, the risk of radiation to thoracic vertebral bodies, radiation pneumonitis, and upfront SBRT. (Scientific Session 39)



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