Published in Blood Weekly, September 10th, 2009
"The other had bilateral ischemic retinopathy, a relative contraindication to radiotherapy. Biopsies were performed 6 months after treatment. One patient had complete resolution of local disease, and the other had a partial response, remaining stable without signs of progression. During the 5 years of clinical follow-up, there was no evidence of systemic disease in either patient," wrote J.A. Sokol and colleagues, College of Medicine.
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