Patient-reported Outcomes After the Treatment of Early Stage Non–small-cell Lung Cancer With Stereotactic Body Radiotherapy Compared With Surgery

Leonie Alberts, Henri B. Wolff, Elisabeth A. Kastelijn, Frank J. Lagerwaard, Frederik N. Hofman, Sherif Y. El Sharouni, Franz M. N. H. Schramel, Veerle M. H. Coupe

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Abstract

Quality of life is an important factor in deciding between stereotactic body radiotherapy and surgery when the expected difference in survival benefit is very small. This Dutch direct comparison of 41 patients treated with stereotactic body radiotherapy and 41 with surgery, revealed no clinical significant differences in quality of life the first year after treatment.
Original languageEnglish
JournalClinical Lung Cancer
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Publication statusPublished - 2019

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