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Shefali Agrawal, John M. Kane III, Beverly A. Guadagnolo, William G. Kraybill and Matthew T. Ballo The benefits of adjuvant radiation therapy after therapeutic lymphadenectomy for clinically advanced, high-risk, lymph node-metastatic melanoma Cancer 115

Article first published online: 21 AUG 2009 | DOI: 10.1002/cncr.24627

Adjuvant radiation therapy was associated with improved regional lymph node basin control compared with therapeutic lymphadenectomy alone for patients who had high-risk, clinically advanced, lymph node-metastatic melanoma. The current results indicated that, although it is a regional therapy, adjuvant radiation therapy also may have an impact on disease-specific survival.

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