How Research is Breaking the Rules of Brain Metastasis Patient Care
Douglas Kondziolka, MD, from the New York University Langone Medical Center, New York City, shares how research is driving rapid changes in the management of brain metastases. He begins by outlining the “old” rules of brain metastases treatment, followed by the “still sort of old” rules, and then the newer schools of thought, supported by papers published during each era. He then delves specifically into lung cancer – the most common cause of brain metastases – and uses case examples to demonstrate how treatment has advanced. More generally, he then discusses further advancements into the future of treatment with various approaches in chemotherapy, surgery, radiotherapy and radiosurgery.
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