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Brian C. Baumann, MD, on Locally Advanced Cancer: Proton vs Photon Therapy

2019 ASCO Annual Meeting

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Brian C. Baumann, MD, of Washington University School of Medicine, discusses study findings that showed, for adults with locally advanced cancer across five different disease sites, proton chemoradiotherapy was associated with significantly reduced acute adverse events, with no difference in disease-free or overall survival (Abstract 6521).



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