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How to Choose the Eligible Institution for Radiation Oncology

By Flymedi Staff on Oct 13, 2019 12:00:00 PM

When you are looking for a quick ride, Uber can help you get that in a few minutes. If you are looking for a new job on Social Media, LinkedIn is your go-to platform. But when it comes to choosing the right institution for Radiation Oncology, the process is tricky —yes, despite the availability of the internet.

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10 Facts About Radiation Oncology

By Flymedi Staff on Sep 26, 2019 1:38:19 PM

Do you know that close to 60% of cancer patients benefit from Radiation Therapy every year? This treatment either kills the cancer cells, or it can reduce the pain caused by this deadly disease.

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Radiation Oncology: Things You Never Heard Of

By Flymedi Staff on Aug 23, 2019 4:46:55 PM

Have you ever wondered how much knowledge you have about medical specialties? Not being a doctor is not a strong enough reason to keep your head in the sand when it comes to knowing some of the trending topics in the medical field. Some of the things you just have to know.

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Types of Cancer that can be Treated by Radiation Oncology

By Flymedi Staff on Jun 20, 2019 2:34:29 PM

Even up to this day, with all the technological advances that surround us, explaining how Radiation Oncology works in treating cancer is a bit complex but not possible. But the good thing is that it has proven to be effective and reliable in the past few decades.

It has given a ray of hope to people diagnosed with cancer, and radiation oncologists consider it as a quicker, useful and accurate way of treating cancer especially when used in conjunction with chemotherapy and surgery.

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5 Things You Should Know About Radiation Therapy

By Flymedi Staff on Mar 11, 2017 12:10:38 AM

Radiation therapy, also known as radiotherapy is a common cancer treatment in which high doses of radiation is used to destroy cancer cells and shrink tumors by damaging their DNA. Low doses of the same radiation are used to see inside your body such as your teeth or broken bones through x-rays imaging. Radiation therapy treatment may be paired with chemotherapy to achieve better results in cancer treatment.

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