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January 23, 2018

Claire Deering, Brachytherapy Clinical Nurse Specialist at Royal Surrey County Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, explains why it’s important for prostate nurse specialists to build and share their knowledge of brachytherapy – even in centres where it isn’t currently offered.

March 22, 2017

4D Brachytherapy is a hybrid approach to LDR brachytherapy for prostate cancer. It combines the benefits of both a two-stage and one-stage implant technique to create a new real-time and dynamic approach to seed brachytherapy. It not only eliminates some of the disadvantages aligned with each approach, but also introduces a host of added benefits.

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