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Precision radiotherapy for non-small cell lung cancer

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Precision medicine is becoming the standard of care in anti-cancer treatment. The personalized precision management of cancer patients highly relies on the improvement of new technology in next generation sequencing and high-throughput big data processing for biological and radiographic information. Systemic precision cancer therapy has been developed for years. However, the role of precision medicine in radiotherapy has not yet been fully implemented. Emerging evidence has shown that precision radiotherapy for cancer patients is possible with recent advances in new radiotherapy technologies, panomics, radiomics and dosiomics. This review focused on the role of precision radiotherapy in non-small cell lung cancer and demonstrated the current landscape.




Yang, W. C., Hsu, F. M., & Yang, P. C. (2020, July 22). Precision radiotherapy for non-small cell lung cancer. Journal of Biomedical Science. BioMed Central Ltd.

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