Commentary - Journal of Clinical Oncology and Cancer Research (2021) Volume 4, Issue 1
Radiation therapy for cancer treatment.
Radiation therapy is a treatment for cancer that uses waves of energy, such as light or heat, to treat cancers and other tumors and conditions. The type of radiation utilized in malignant growth treatment is a high-energy type known as ionizing radiation. They do know, nonetheless, that it separates the DNA of disease cells in a manner that upsets their development and division. Along these lines, radiation can murder malignancy cells, forestalling or easing back the spread of the illness.Author(s): Amany Idrees