Radiotherapy utilizes radiation, for example, x-rays, gamma rays, electron shafts or protons, to execute or harm disease cells and prevent them from developing and duplicating. to kill or damage cancer cells and stop them from growing and multiplying. It is a localized treatment, which means it generally only affects the part of the body where the radiation is directed.
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.
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