After a follow-up time of 17 months.

After a follow-up time of 17 months, researchers found proton therapy proton therapy had had a significant reduction in bone marrow toxicity compared to IMRT IMRT and chemotherapy. These findings suggest that with proton therapy over other types of radiation may allow doctors to a higher dose of radiation without chemotherapy schedule of lung tumor while avoiding some debilitating side effects, such as type bone marrow toxicity. – These results are very promising for men with locally advanced lung cancer, said Dr. However, we now need to confirm these findings with a randomized trial. .

Of these 75 patients received chemotherapy plus a type of targeted photon radiation called intensity modulated radiation therapy . The remaining 67 patients received chemotherapy and proton beam therapy. Proton beam therapy is a type of external radiation therapy that uses protons rather than photons to kill fast-growing cancer cells. Because proton therapy, we can control the radiation differently than other types of external beam radiation therapy, we hope that we keep radiation of critical structures such as the bones, bone marrow was to avoid toxicity , Ritsuko Komaki, an oncologist said on MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston..Dr. Lachlan de Crespigny, Prof. Julien Savulescu and colleagues from the Oxfordshire Uehiro Centre for Practical EthicsLine the University of Oxfordshire Reports, an anonymous survey of 1,050 Australians age 18 years and older 28 to 31 July 2008. It Crosby Crosby / Textorstrasse, the leading public opinion in market research company.