Kristi Lelionis

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PURPOSE Reirradiation to the esophagus carries a significant risk of complications. Proton therapy may offer an advantage in the reirradiation setting due to the lack of exit dose and potential sparing of previously radiated normal tissues. METHODS AND MATERIALS Between June 2010 and February 2014, 14 patients with a history of thoracic radiation and(More)
BACKGROUND Local recurrence following definitive treatment for pancreatic adenocarcinoma is common and can be associated with significant morbidity and mortality. Retreatment options for these patients are limited. Proton beam reirradiation (PRT) may limit dose and toxicity to previously irradiated normal tissues in patients without evidence of metastatic(More)
OBJECTIVES The management of recurrent NSCLC in the setting of prior radiation therapy is challenging. Proton radiotherapy (PRT) is ideally suited to minimize toxicity to previously irradiated organs. We report the safety/feasibility of PRT for NSCLC reirradiation in a prospective multi-institutional study. MATERIALS AND METHODS Between October 2010 and(More)
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