Radiation Oncology

Are patients undergoing external beam radiation treatment radioactive?
Blue Flash After Radiation to the Head
Breast Feeding During Radiation Therapy
Can Graves Ophthalmopathy be treated with radiation?
Cervical Stenosis Caused By Radiation Therapy
Extra-cranial Stereotactic Radiosurgery
Fibrosis of the Median Nerve after Radiation Treatments
Focal hair loss after partial brain irradiation
Gamma Knife Radiosurgery
Hair Growth after Radiation to the Head
Hyperthermia Treatments for Liver Metastasis from Breast Cancer
Long-Term Complications of Whole Brain Irradiation
Long-term Side Effects of Radiation for the Treatment of Hodgkin's Lymphoma
Molecular Imaging
Nasopharyngeal Radium Irradiation
Neck stiffness and lack of saliva after radiation treatments for throat cancer
Post Radiation Pleural Effusions
Post-Radiation Lower Motor Neuron Disease
Radiating an Erythropoietic Mesenteric Mass
Radiation Damage to the Heart After Treatment
Radiation Dosages
Radiation Induced Hematuria
Radiation Recall Phenomenon
Radiation Tattoo Removal
Radiation therapy for breast cancer
Radiation-Induced Facial Hair Loss
Recurrent Cancer and Radiation
The Prostate Seed Implant

Risk of Leukemia Tied to Breast Cancer Rx Higher Than Thought

Dec 30, 2014 - Among early-stage breast cancer patients who undergo chemotherapy and/or radiation treatment, the risk for developing treatment-related leukemia, though low, is still double what experts had previously thought, a new analysis reveals. Reporting online Dec. 22 in the Journal of Clinical Oncology, the researchers said the findings should give pause to doctors and breast cancer patients who are considering post-surgical treatment options.

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