Women with early-stage cervical cancer who underwent sequential chemoradiotherapy after radical hysterectomy had better three-year disease free survival, compared with those who received concurrent CRT and those who were given radiotherapy alone, researchers reported in JAMA Oncology. The findings also correlated post-op sequential CRT with improved overall survival, after accounting for lymph node involvement.
Sequential CRT shows promise in cervical cancer
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