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Radiotherapy at Parkside Hospital, London
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12/11/2012 07:09
wach 

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12/11/2012 07:09
wach 

Administrator

Re: Radiotherapy at Parkside Hospital, London

I am not sure whether that's the message. High dose might even be better but side effects an risk of cancer are increasing, so you need to find balance. Generally it is common practise to minimze the total dose in order to minimze side effects.

Wolfgang

Vikingorigins:
Wolfgang,
My understanding correct of the paper you just sent the link ( the paper by Rodemann and Bläse http://www.dupuytren-online.info/DEGRO_2...lular_basis.pdf ) is that a LOW dose of RT is better than a HIGH dose

Do I understand correctly ?

12/12/2012 08:52
alcook101 
12/12/2012 08:52
alcook101 
Re: Radiotherapy at Parkside Hospital, London

Following my previous post, I received an email from John Glees:


"I now see that the website was updated while I was in India and I am looking into this and I thank
you for drawing this to my attention. John Glees. "


On a follow up email from John Glees:

You will see on the website that thanks to your diligence we have altered the last sentence

Al
PS This would not have been looked at if other members of the forum hadn't spotted it.

Edited 12/12/12 13:12

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