Published in Respiratory Therapeutics Week, September 4th, 2006
"Lung cancer accounts for about 50% of brain metastases, of which nearly 25% are eligible for neurosurgery, providing a neurological control rate of up to 70% when followed by whole brain radiation therapy. How to manage the primary lung carcinoma remains elusive," researchers in France reported.
"We undertook a retrospective study of consecutive patients who underwent surgical resection for synchronous brain metastases from non-small cell lung cancer in a single institution, to determine overall survival and...
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