This handbook summarizes the data and techniques for hypofractionation and stereotactic radiation in a clinically accessible way. Hypofractionated radiation therapy, which consists of larger-dose radiation treatments that are given over a shorter period compared to conventional radiation fraction sizes, is used to treat a variety of cancers, including prostate, breast, lung, and colorectal. Conventional radiation therapy and hypofractionated radiation therapy have different effectiveness rates for cancer treatment and have different impacts on normal tissues in terms of causing toxicity. There is a significant and growing body of literature on the use of different dosing regimens to treat a variety of cancers and radiation oncologists need to keep up with the various dosing schedules, the effect of each regimen on cancer control in different cancers, and how the different schedules affect each organ in terms of toxicity.
HYPOFRACTIONATED AND STEREOATACTIC RADIATION THERAPY
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