CNS Radiosurgery: Improving Outcome in Oligometastatic Disease

Part of the Surgical Grand Rounds Series - Dr. Lawrence Kleinberg explains the roles of brain and spine radiosurgeries and discusses survivorship outcomes in Oligometastatic Disease. Dr. Kleinberg also describes if radiosurgery enhances the efficacy of immune checkpoint inhibitor therapy and can possibly improve survival. He also identifies if ablative radiosurgery makes sense as a means to improve long term outcome beyond the palliative benefit of radiotherapy.

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Lawrence Kleinberg, MD

Lawrence Kleinberg, MD

Associate Professor of Radiation Oncology and Molecular Radiation Sciences

Dr. Kleinberg specializes in the radiation treatments, including stereotactic radiosurgery, of brain and spinal tumors. Areas of research include both tumors arising in the central nervous system and tumors metastasizing from other locations. ...

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