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The research interests of Michael G. Haddock, M.D., involve integrating radiation therapy with systemic therapy in the management of gastrointestinal (GI) and gynecologic (GYN) malignancies, and the use of intraoperative radiation therapy (IORT) in the management of locally advanced GI and GYN malignancies.
Patients with locally advanced primary or recurrent malignancies have a high rate of local recurrence after surgery and standard radiation therapy. Local recurrence, especially in the pelvis, is associated with significant morbidity. Radiation dose escalation with IORT has resulted in significantly improved local control, especially in patients who have previously been irradiated.
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