Molly Freeman on SBRT Aftercare for Patients with Lung Cancer

MOLLY FREEMAN, CNP
Monday, November 07, 2016
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Molly Freeman, CNP, from Cleveland Clinic Cancer Center, discusses the aftercare that goes into treating patients with lung cancer who have undergone stereotactic body radiation therapy (SBRT).

SBRT is a treatment option for patients with lung cancer. It is a very well-tolerated therapy with minor adverse events -- such as fatigue, chest wall aching and the low possibility of radiation pneumonitis.

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