Quality of Life Outcomes after Stereotactic Ablative Radiotherapy (SABR) vs. Standard of Care Palliative Treatments: A Secondary Analysis of the SABR-COMET Randomized Trial

      The use of SABR in patients with oligometastases has been associated with improvements in progression-free survival and overall survival. Quality of life (QoL) is of substantial importance in the metastatic setting, since treatments have historically been considered palliative-intent. However, randomized data assessing the longitudinal QoL impact of SABR in the oligometastatic setting are lacking. Herein we report longitudinal QoL outcomes from the SABR-COMET randomized trial.
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