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How often can you have radiotherapy? Do too many normal, good cells die if you do it too often?
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Dr. Herbert Duvivier
Internal Medicine - Hematology & Oncology
In brief: Llimited
When a person receives radiation therapy to a specific site it usually means they have received the maximum dose the tissue at that site can tolerate.
Therefore additional radiation to that site (re-radiation) is usually not offered.

In brief: Llimited
When a person receives radiation therapy to a specific site it usually means they have received the maximum dose the tissue at that site can tolerate.
Therefore additional radiation to that site (re-radiation) is usually not offered.
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