Never too old: A single-institution experience of stereotactic body radiation therapy for patients 90 years and older with early stage lung cancer.

@article{Videtic2017NeverTO,
  title={Never too old: A single-institution experience of stereotactic body radiation therapy for patients 90 years and older with early stage lung cancer.},
  author={Gregory M. M. Videtic and Neil M.WoodyN.M. Woody and Chandana Anantha Rama Reddy and Cristina P. Rodriguez},
  journal={Practical radiation oncology},
  year={2017},
  volume={7 6},
  pages={
          e543-e549
        }
}
PURPOSE To report on the patient, tumor, and treatment characteristics of patients aged 90 years or older who were treated with lung stereotactic body radiation therapy (SBRT) for early stage lung cancer and the resulting clinical outcomes. METHODS AND MATERIALS We surveyed our institutional review board-approved prospective lung SBRT data registry for patients aged 90 years or older who were treated for early stage lung cancer to determine the rates of local failure, progression-free… CONTINUE READING
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