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Paul D. Brown, M.D., studies the use of radiation to treat brain tumors and how to minimize the potential complications of radiation to the brain. This includes advanced radiotherapy techniques to avoid certain regions of the brain, the use of focused techniques such as proton radiotherapy and radiosurgery, and medications to decrease the risk of complications.
Dr. Brown's hope is that through his research, treatment techniques will be developed to better control brain tumors and result in better quality of life and long-term cognitive function for patients with brain tumors. He also aims to understand the causes, study improvements for interventions, and determine which patients are at risk of future adverse outcomes to better individualize care.
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