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What is Whole Brain Radiation Therapy (WBRT)? Chapter 4 — Brain Metastases: A Documentary

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Why is Whole Brain Radiation Therapy Still Performed? Chapter 13 — Brain Metastases: A Documentary

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Risks of whole brain radiation therapy outweigh benefits for patients with limited brain metastases

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Dr. Jyoti Patel on Delaying Whole Brain Radiation for Brain Metastases

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Side Effects of Palliative Radiation Therapy to the Brain | Memorial Sloan Kettering

Whole brain radiotherapy (WBRT) is a palliative option for patients with brain metastases that alleviates symptoms, decreases the use of corticosteroids needed to control tumor-associated edema, and potentially improves overall survival. It has been reported to increase the risk of cognitive decline.
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