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Published in Oncology

News · October 31, 2020

ASTRO 2020: Study Fails to Demonstrate That Timing Between Planning MRI and Stereotactic Radiosurgery Affects Survival of Patients With Brain Metastases

But the authors plan to investigate whether timing might be more important in certain high-risk subgroups

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