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Brief Video: Systemic Therapy Alternative to Radiation for Multiple Brain Metastases?

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In most situations where a patient is diagnosed with multiple brain metastases in the setting of a new lung cancer, the recommended treatment will be radiation, often whole brain radiation (WBR).  But even if that’s the general rule, there are sometimes cases in which there’s good reason to consider making an exception.  Here’s my brief discussion of a case scenario in which I consider it a strong option to try systemic therapy before initiating brain radiation, and why I consider it to be an exception:

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