Dr. Thi nha khanh Vu practices Radiation Oncology in Jamestown, NY. Radiation oncology is a medical specialty that involves treating cancer with radiation. Dr. Vu specializes in treating cancer with radiation, using radiation therapy to treat a wide variety of cancers. Radiation therapy uses carefully targeted and regulated doses of high-energy radiation to kill cancer cells.
Education and Training
Laval University Faculty of Medicine 1995
American Board of Radiology
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If these lymph nodes don't go away, you have to see your Doctor for physical exam. They will refer you to a specialist to have a CT scan of the head and neck and a biopsy of one lymph node. If the biopsy shows cancer in the lymph node, usually there is a cancer in your mouth or in your other organs (lungs, etc.) READ MORE
If your first PET/CT after treatment is negative (no residual disease), you don't need another PET/CT in follow-up. The doctor can see you every 4 months for the first 2 years, then every 6 months to year 5. He will order CT scan of head and neck if indicated. READ MORE
You should see a dermatologist: he will examine you and probably do a biopsy. READ MORE
It can take up to 4 -6 weeks before the nausea goes away. You can ask your doctor to give you medication for nausea. READ MORE
How many radiation treatments in total you will get for your breast cancer ? Usually you will be fine during the first two weeks of radiation and don't feel tired. You might have tiredness beginning the third week. I have seen patients continued to work while they were receiving radiation treatments. Everybody is different. READ MORE
Chemotherapy and radiation given together is the standard treatment for your cancer. You don't have other options. You should have this treatment. READ MORE
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