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What is Radiation Oncology?

Summary of this aspect of cancer care

Source: Wikimedia Commons. Author: Noa Holzmann.

While the general public knows of cancer and one aspect of treatment, chemotherapy, and what is often depicted as inevitable nausea and vomiting, cancer care goes beyond this (and nausea does not always happen with chemotherapy). This article will be discussing one aspect of cancer care called radiation oncology.




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Julian Willett, MD

Julian Willett, MD

Loving husband. Physician scientist who enjoys spreading his knowledge and experiences with the world whether related to medicine, science, or his hobbies.

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