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Journal of Cancer Treatment & Diagnosis is an International peer reviewed open access journal which is praised as the source for most up to date information related to cancer research & treatment including oncology, diagnosis and prevention of cancer.

The prior aim of the journal is to eradicate cancer from human population by providing sufficient information to the doctors about the rapid changes occurring in the field of cancer research& treatment in the form of comprehensive review articles on cancer topics and current issues that are related to cancer care.

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Vol 2-5 Review Article

Functional Imaging-guided Radiotherapy for Locally Advanced Non-Small-Cell Lung Cancer: Review

Xiao Wang*, Yin Zhang, Ning Yue, Ke Nie

Department of Radiation Oncology, Rutgers-Cancer Institute of New Jersey, Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, New Brunswick, NJ, USA

In treating locally advanced non-small-cell lung cancer (NSCLC), radio-tolerance of the normal lung often limits the amount of dose that can be delivered to the primary cancer site. Radiation-related pneumonitis (RP) and other normal lung tissue complications have a significant impact on clinical outcome and patient quality of life. How to minimize treatment side effects while achieving desirable local control of lung cancers has been a continuous challenge.

Functional imaging-guided radiotherapy, which can achieve a local boost of primary cancer site or functional avoidance of normal organs, has been increasingly utilized in clinics. Various imaging approaches have been employed to achieve functional imaging guidance and implemented in different treatment regimens. There are several on-going clinical trials aiming to evaluate the clinical outcomes that are utilizing functional imaging-guided photon radiation to spare the high functioning portions of the lungs. The main applications of functional imaging-guided radiotherapy in the management of NSCLC patients will be discussed in this review.

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