Journal of Clinical & Experimental OncologyISSN: 2324-9110

About Radiotherapy

Radiotherapy slaughters tumor cells by harming their DNA, the particles inside cells that convey Hereditary data and pass it starting with one era then onto the next.

Radiation treatment can either harm DNA specifically or make charged particles (free radicals) inside of the phones that can thus harm the DNA.

Malignancy Cells whose DNA is harmed destroyed quit separating or passes on. At the point when the harmed cells bite the dust, they are separated and wiped out by the bodies normal procedures.

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