Special Issue "Radiotherapy and Cancer"
A special issue of Healthcare (ISSN 2227-9032).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 30 June 2019
Radiotherapy for cancer is rapidly evolving: the use of protons with the aim of sparing acute and late radiation toxicity and reducing second malignancies is becoming more widespread; interest in the potential use of other ions is increasing; stereotactic ablative body radiotherapy is being widely used as an alternative to surgery or to delay the initiation of palliative systemic chemotherapy; combinations of precision surgery and lower dose radiotherapy are being examined in randomized trials; immunotherapy is being tested in combination with radiotherapy; there is a renewed emphasis on both contour peer review and more detailed guidelines for clinical target volume definition. The purpose of this Special Issue is to examine these and other developments in radiotherapy.
Dr. Andrew Hartley
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- Radiation Toxicity
- Heavy Ions
- SABR (stereotactic ablative body radiotherapy)
- Radiotherapy dose de-escalation
- Peer review