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        As clinicians, we are often presented with usually challenging cases. These are cases where the literature does not provide a clear answer and we are forced to consult with our colleagues and make the best decision for the patient with the information on hand. With that in mind, we debut a new feature in the Red Journal where we attempt to answer some of radiation oncology’s most challenging scenarios. With the “Gray Zone,” we present a difficult case along with varied opinions from around the world. Please read the vignettes and share your own opinion afterwards on Twitter using the hashtag #gyzone.
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