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  • Brain cancer research

    Dr. Tony Asher and Dr. Stuart Burri, Charlotte doctors with Carolinas HealthCare System, are co-authors of a new study that shows some brain cancer patients can be treated effectively with a less toxic form of radiation that produces fewer memory problems and cognitive side effects.

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Charlotte doctors find less radiation best for treating certain brain cancers

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