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SBRT or surgery for early lung cancer?

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Published: 29.03.17
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Dr Anusheel Munshi - Fortis Memorial Research Institute, Gurgaon, India

Dr Munshi speaks with ecancer at EBMCI 2017 about how early detection and increased specificity have opened treatment options for patients with early lung cancer.

He describes how a hypofractionation schedule can accelerate treatment and recovery, matching or exceeding the outcomes achievable with surgery.

This topic was part of a debate session at the conference, with the opposing view discussed by Dr Arvind Kumar here.

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