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The Alternatives in Radiation Oncology and the Road Not Taken

Joan Adams*

The problems in radiation oncology are as follows: the creation and application of new methods for treating radiation; the application of therapies based on biology and multimodality; the importance of quality assurance in treatment and data reporting, as well as the role of no radiation "energy" technologies, which are frequently utilized by other medical specialties; and the kind of evidence that is sought before a new treatment is widely used, such as an appropriate study design, analysis, and thorough long-term follow-up. Personal choices need to be balanced: the pressure from hospitals, departments, practices, and universities; the need to help society and the less fortunate; the right amount of reward for each person and a bigger goal; and the significance of personal integrity and values, which frequently necessitate difficult and "life-defining" decisions. Each individual's impact on a career is likely more influenced by character than by the specific details listed on a CV. Choosing the more well-known or less well-known career paths creates a unique tapestry that leads to numerous avenues of success; However, living and acting with integrity is the only path to which there is no viable alternative.


Radiation oncology; Personalized medicine; Medical ethics; Medical technology

Published Date: 2023-02-23; Received Date: 2023-01-28