Oxygen-Filled Microbubbles May Make Breast Tumors More Responsive To Radiation, Study Suggests.

HealthImaging (2/1, O'Connor) reports that research suggests “injecting oxygen-filled microbubbles into breast cancer may make tumors three times more responsive to radiation treatment.” The findings were published in the International Journal of Radiation Oncology.

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