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Michael Soike, MD, on Brain Metastases: Radiosurgery vs Radiotherapy

2018 ASTRO Annual Meeting

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Michael Soike, MD, of Wake Forest University Medical Center, discusses results from a large multicenter study that suggests salvage stereotactic radiosurgery leads to improved overall survival compared with whole-brain radiotherapy for patients with progressive brain metastases (Presentation 296 in Scientific Symposium 40).



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