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Stereotactic Ablative Body Radiotherapy Improved Survival, Maintained Safety for Oligometastatic Cancers

The use of stereotactic ablative body radiotherapy (SABR) among patients with extracranial oligometastatic cancer was associated with higher overall survival (OS) and low toxicity rates, signaling the potential success for this treatment option moving forward, according to data published in The Lancet Oncology.

The data are supported by existing literature from a randomized phase 2 trial, providing even more high-level, real-world evidence in support of SABR for patients in this disease cohort. A randomized, phase 3 trial is currently underway to evaluate this treatment option further.

“The results show that patients with metachronous extracranial oligometastases treated with SABR in a real-world setting achieve high rates of 1-year and 2-year OS with low rates of severe (grade 3-4) toxicity,” wrote the investigators. “Our study provides real-world evidence characterising the use…

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