Radiosurgery Saves Brain Function in Patients Where Cancer’s Spread to Multiple Parts of Their Brain

Published Oct 30, 2020

Radiosurgery Saves Brain Function in Patients Where Cancer’s Spread to Multiple Parts of Their Brain

Doctors have been unsure whether stereotactic radiosurgery is best for people with numerous brain metastases. A new study says it may be.

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