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Feb 9, 2016

THERE IS A NEW TREATMENT OPTION FOR PATIENTS WITH EARLY STAGE BREAST CANCER AT A COLUMBUS HOSPITAL


THERE IS A NEW TREATMENT OPTION FOR PATIENTS WITH EARLY STAGE BREAST CANCER AT A COLUMBUS HOSPITAL. MT. CARMEL HEALTH ANNOUNCED IT'S OFFERING INTRAOPERATIVE RADIATION THERAPY TO PATIENTS WITH SMALL, EARLY STAGE TUMORS-- USING A DEVICE THAT DELIVERS RADIATION AT THE TIME OF SURGERY. DR. SHILPA PADIA SAYS THE THERAPY IS PERFORMED DURING LUMPECTOMY AND REDUCES TREATMENT TIME AND SIDE EFFECTS. INTRA-OPERATIVE RADIATION THERAPY IS JUST OVER 20 MINUTES VERSUS A CUMULUTIVE/GRADUAL DOSE IN TRADITIONAL THEAPY.

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