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Molly Freeman on SBRT Aftercare for Patients with Lung Cancer

Monday, November 07, 2016

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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