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The research interests of Bradford (Brad) S. Hoppe, M.D., focus on improving therapeutic ratio in the management of lymphoma and solid cancers by reducing the risk of toxicities from radiation, while simultaneously trying to improve cure and overall survival with proton therapy. His research contributions have helped shape the national management guidelines for prostate cancer, lymphoma, and head and neck cancer.
Dr. Hoppe's research efforts aim to maximize the therapeutic effect from radiotherapy, while identifying ways to minimize the harmful effects of treatment.
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