Neurosurgeons recommend that brain metastasis count should not guide treatment for patients who need personalized care
(dailyRx News) New medical research continually contributes to how physicians treat their patients. As new information becomes available, older practices can become obsolete.
A committee of experts is seeking to reject five myths associated with the brain metastases, or cancers that have spread to the brain, that can lead to poorer care.
The committee’s recommendations address topics including radiation treatment, the importance of early detection and tumor analysis.Read more from RxWiki HERE.