Sha Xiao Chang

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2017 journal article

Outcomes of Spatially Fractionated Radiotherapy (GRID) for Bulky Soft Tissue Sarcomas in a Large Animal Model

Technology in Cancer Research & Treatment, 16(3), 357–365.

By: M. Nolan n, T. Gieger n, A. Karakashian*, M. Nikolova-Karakashian*, L. Posner n, D. Roback*, J. Rivera*, S. Chang n

author keywords: canine; microenvironment; ablative; endothelial; abscopal
MeSH headings : Animals; Combined Modality Therapy; Disease Models, Animal; Dogs; Dose Fractionation, Radiation; Female; Humans; Male; Pilot Projects; Radiotherapy / methods; Radiotherapy / standards; Sarcoma / pathology; Sarcoma / radiotherapy; Sarcoma / surgery
TL;DR: Pet dogs with spontaneous soft tissue sarcomas are an appealing model for studying the radiobiologic responses to spatially fractionated radiotherapy, and data suggest that GRID may be associated with at least short-term reduction in serum concentration of vascular endothelial growth factor and serum activity of secretory sphingomyelinase. (via Semantic Scholar)
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