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Seite: 3, Zeilen: 13-22
Quelle: Robbins and Zhao 2007
Seite(n): 135, Zeilen: 8-18
Consequently, for most patients, cancer can be considered a chronic disease. The total radiation dose that can be administered safely to cancer patients is limited by the risk of complications arising in those normal tissues unavoidably included within the treatment volume. Of particular concern are the late effects that arise several months to years post irradiation. While improvements in radiation oncology such as intensity-modulated radiation therapy (IMRT) have led to a reduction in the dose of normal tissue irradiated, late effects remain a significant risk (Robbins and Zhao 2004). The National Cancer Institute has identified long-term survival from cancer as one of the new areas of public health emphasis, particularly studying adverse long-term or late effects of cancer and its treatment (National Cancer Institute’s Plans and Priorities for Cancer Research: http://plan.cancer.gov/public/survivor.htm).

Robbins ME, Zhao W (2004) Chronic oxidative stress and radiation-induced late normal tissue injury: a review. Int J Radiat Biol 80:251-259

Consequently, for most patients, cancer can be considered a chronic disease. The total radiation dose that can be administered safely to cancer patients is limited by the risk of complications arising in those normal tissues unavoidably included within the treatment volume. Of particular concern are the late effects that can arise several months to years postirradiation. While improvements in radiation oncology such as intensity-modulated radiation therapy (IMRT) have led to a reduction in the volume of normal tissue irradiated, late effects remain a significant risk. The National Cancer Institute has identified long-term survival from cancer as one of the new areas of public health emphasis, particularly studying adverse long-term or late effects of cancer and its treatment (National Cancer Institute’s Plans and Priorities for Cancer Research).
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