Preserving Quality of Life During and After Treatment
Dr. Curtis Bryant, assistant professor, UF department of radiation oncology, was interviewed this month on First Coast Living, a midday talk show on WTLV Channel 12, Jacksonville’s NBC affiliate. During the wide-ranging discussion, he talked about the proton therapy benefit of preserving cancer patients’ quality of life during and after treatment. He also described the results of the large-scale prostate cancer study published last May and innovations in treatment such as SpaceOAR and shorter treatment regimens.
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