Northwestern Medicine physicians, staff prepare to present at ASTRO 2019
Northwestern Medicine Central DuPage Hospital Northwestern Medicine Delnor Hospital Northwestern Memorial Hospital September 12, 2019
- Use of hydrogel to reduce rectal toxicity for prostate cancer
- Hartsell also will take part in a presentation about healthcare economics.
- Significant presentation of neurocognitive function and patient-reported symptoms with hippocampal avoidance during whole-brain radiotherapy for brain metastases: Final results of NRG Oncology CC001
- Gondi also will take part in the panel discussion, “Advances in the management of brain metastases,” on Tuesday, Sept. 17. The panel will address neurocognitive dysfunction in brain metastases treatment, including measurements, significance and prevention.
- Proton therapy for craniospinal radiochemotherapy reduces myelotoxicity and improves chemotherapy completion in adult medulloblastoma
- Lynch also will present a poster on Sept. 16: Toxicity, disease control and survival following proton therapy fractionated re-irradiation for recurrent intracranial meningioma not amenable to radiosurgery
- Rectal motion during intensity modulated radiotherapy for post-hysterectomy endometrial and cervical cancer patients
- A predictive model for radiation oncology no-show appointments
- Circulating tumor cell status as a predictive biomarker to guide radiotherapy decisions in early-stage breast cancer: a cost-effectiveness analysis
- Nuclear delivery of radiosensitizing EGFR-targeted nanoparticles is abrogated in isogenic cervical cancer cell lines following mutagenesis of the ligand binding domain
- Determining the “organ-at-risk” for lymphedema following regional nodal irradiation in breast cancer
- The role of proton therapy to preserve ovarian function and reserve in mice
- Local control and volumetric response of myeloid sarcoma to radiotherapy – is a single fraction enough?
- Dosimetric outcomes for patients undergoing gamma knife stereotactic radiosurgery for treatment of 10 or more brain metastases