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Organ-Sparing Surgery Following Chemoradiation Is Effective in Nonmetastatic Esophageal Cancer

Selective organ-sparing surgery after chemoradiation therapy is an effective treatment for patients with nonmetastatic and resectable esophageal cancer, according to findings from the long-term, multicenter phase 2 Radiation Therapy Oncology Group 0246 trial presented during the 10th annual Gastrointestinal Cancers Symposium on January 25th in San Francisco, CA.

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