Analysis of Feasibility and Toxicity of Radiotherapy in Centenarians

  title={Analysis of Feasibility and Toxicity of Radiotherapy in Centenarians},
  author={Cyrus Chargari and Guillaume Moriceau and Pierre Auberdiac and Jean-Baptiste Guy and Avi Assouline and Houda Eddekkaoui and Pierre Ann{\`e}de and Jane-Chloe Trone and Julian Jacob and C{\'e}cile Pacaut and Olivier Bauduceau and Lionel V{\'e}drine and Nicolas Magn{\'e}},
  journal={Journal of the American Geriatrics Society},
nicate with people with dementia (85.4%); most employers will fire a 65-year-old employee with dementia (76.4%); individuals with dementia would not understand other people’s concern or worry (68.5%); individuals with dementia are impulsive and unpredictable (62.9%). These attitudes prevent the Chinese-American general public from encouraging older adults to seek early treatment and hinder public acceptance of individuals with dementia. Discrimination and shame can have a devastating effect on… Expand
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