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Less is More ? UK and French Studies publish evidence for Ablation in Thyroid Cancer Using Lower amo

17 January 2019   (0 Comments)
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A new gold standard for thyroid cancer treatment has been set, reducing radiation doses to just one third of the current level, according to research from the CRUK-UCL Cancer Trials Centre. The results are published in today’s New England Journal of Medicine.

Read the full article here

Strategies of Radioiodine Ablation in Patients with Low-risk thyroid Cancer, The New England Journal of Medicine, VOL. 366 No.18, May 3 2012

Radioiodine for Thyroid Cancer - Is less More?, Editorial, The New England Journal ofMedicine.

Ablation with Low-dose radioiodine and throtropin Alfa in Thyroid Cancer


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