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Ablative Radiation Therapy Improves Survival in Pancreatic Cancer: JAMA Oncology

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Surgical resection has been considered the only curative option for patients with pancreatic cancer. Nonoperative local treatment options that can provide a similar benefit are needed. Emerging radiation techniques that address organ motion have enabled curative radiation doses to be given to patients with inoperable disease.

A recent study on patients with inoperable LAPC found that A-RT following multiagent induction therapy for locally advanced pancreatic cancer was associated with durable locoregional tumor control and favorable survival. Read more . . . 


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