Lung Cancer Radiation Therapy
Radiation can kill lung cancer cells and shrink the size of tumors. Radiation can be delivered from outside the body through a machine, or it can be given internally by implanting a container of radioactive material into, or near, the tumor. Radiation therapy for lung cancer is delivered from outside the body.
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