Robert Mutter, MD | Authors

Shorter Radiation Postmastectomy Induces Similar Complications in Patients With Breast Cancer as Standard Treatment

January 09, 2023

Hypofractionated—large doses of radiation given over a shorter period of time than standard radiation—and conventional proton radiotherapy yielded comparable normal tissue sparing and complication rates postmastectomy in patients with breast cancer, according to findings from a recent study.

Shorter Radiation After Mastectomy Could Improve Access for Patients With Breast Cancer

January 07, 2023

If feasible, hypofractionated radiation—large doses of radiation given over a shorter period of time than standard radiation—after mastectomy would provide more patients with breast cancer a tissue-sparing option, according to an expert from the Mayo Clinic.

Oncology Peer Review On-The-Go: Experts Share Multidisciplinary Takeaways From 2022 SABCS

December 26, 2022

Judy C. Boughey, MD; Robert Mutter, MD; and Siddhartha Yadav, MD, MBBS, of Mayo Clinic spoke with CancerNetwork® multidisciplinary findings presented at the 2022 San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium, ranging from surgery to radiotherapy to biomarker research.