Chemoradiation Increases Secondary Sarcoma Risk in Patients With Abdominopelvic Cancers

The results of a new study found that patients receiving chemotherapy and radiation therapy simultaneously for abdominopelvic cancers were at higher risk of developing secondary sarcoma compared with patients who received surgery or radiation therapy alone for their treatment. "To our knowledge, this is the largest and most comprehensive series to estimate the risk of secondary sarcoma in a large group of adult patients treated for multiple primary abdominopelvic cancers...
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