Let's Talk About It: Breast Cancer (The History and Advances in Radiation Therapy)

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This is a new format and category to open up monthly programming for the entire early-stage breast cancer community. Some topics will be broad and others will be specific to subtypes (TNBC, DCIS, ILC, IDC, and Inflammatory). We want to encourage discussion and foster community.

The History and Advances in Radiation Therapy

We know that radiation therapy (RT) is an important component of breast cancer treatment that reduces local recurrence and improves survival after breast conservation. Have you ever wondered about the history of radiation and the role of radiation boosts to the primary tumor site? How do radiation oncologists determine who should receive radiation therapy or not? Join us as we discuss the history and advances in radiation therapy with Karen Godette, MD, Medical Director of the Radiation Oncology Department at Emory University Hospital in Midtown and Associate Professor, Department of Radiation Oncology at Emory University School of Medicine in Atlanta, GA.

Nancy_headshotNancy Touhill, Facilitator
img-karen-godetteKaren Godette, MD, Medical Director of the Radiation Oncology Dept. at Emory University Hospital Midtown


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6-7pm ET

Nov 16

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