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M Hayashi
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Kansas Medical University
Department of Neurosurgery

Smith Breast Center at BCM

National Cancer Center Research Institute

Johns Hopkins University

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1Cell Biology, Yale University School of MedicineNew Haven, CT,,
New Haven, CT,, CT
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[1]Department of Neurosurgery, Tokyo Women's Medical University, Tokyo.
 
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Cancer Biology, Cancer Immunotherapy
 
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, Antibodies, Bioenergetics, Biology, Biotechnology, Cancer Biology, Cell Biology, Cytokine, Drug Design, Genomics, Microscopy, Molecular Biology, Proteomics, Stem Cells
 
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Peer Reviewed Papers, Books, Chapters: 7 (42 / 0)
  • OBJECTIVE Spinal metastases that recur after conventional palliative radiotherapy have historically been difficult to manage due to concerns of spinal cord toxicity in the retreatment setting. ()
  • The most pressing unmet clinical need for patients with Ewing sarcoma (ES) is the prevention and treatment of metastasis. ()
  • OBJECTIVE The aim of this systematic review was to provide an objective summary of the published literature pertaining to the use of stereotactic body radiation therapy (SBRT) specific to previously untreated spinal metastases. ()
 
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