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Cancer survivorship program provides continued support after treatment

Dealing with cancer can be difficult enough, but often the aftermath can be just as troubling. Survivors not only have to deal with the disease, but also may struggle with lasting physical and emotional effects of treatment. Patients who felt they had a great deal of support throughout treatment often find it hard to adjust to a new way of life and the challenges they may face in the recovery phase. Dayton Physicians Network offers a survivorship program to help

 

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Technological advancements lead to more effective radiation treatments

The field of radiation oncology is a high-tech world, where medical science and physics are orchestrated together to provide the best possible outcome for cancer patients. At Dayton Physicians Network, our radiation oncology staff is working to keep all of our clinics equipped with state-of-the-art technology and expertise. The goal is personalized treatments for our patients, making sure that every patient receives the best possible care and is able to maintain his/her quality of life. Madhup Gupta, MS, DABR is

 

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Hydrogel Spacer Helps Protect Healthy Tissue During Radiation Therapy

According to the American Cancer Society, urological cancers, which include cancers of the bladder, kidney, prostate and testicles, are relatively common. In the United States, bladder cancer is the fourth most common cancer among men and ninth with women. More than 50,000 new cases of bladder cancer are diagnosed each year. In younger men, ages 15 to 44, testicular cancer is most prevalent. But one out of every 10 men, most over the age of 50, will develop prostate cancer

 

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