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High-dose radiation

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High-dose radiation: HDR. An amount of radiation that is greater than that given in typical radiation therapy. HDR is precisely directed at the tumor to avoid damaging healthy tissue, and may kill more cancer cells in fewer treatments.
Source: National Institute of Health

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