Cancer treatment using image-guided techniques such as radiofrequency ablation, cryoablation and microwave ablation: These methods are used to destroy solid tumors in lung, liver, kidney, adrenal, and bone in patients who are poor candidates for conventional treatments such as surgery, chemotherapy, and radiation. These image-guided ablative methods can also be used in conjunction with standard therapies to improve cancer control.

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Dr Dupuy, is the director of Tumor Ablation at Rhode Island Hospital and a professor of Diagnostic Imaging at Brown Medical School.
Dr. Dupuy, a pioneer in the use of image-guided ablation, helped broaden clinical applications to successfully combat cancer involving the kidney, liver, lung, adrenal, head and neck and skeleton. Other newer technologies such as microwave ablation, and combination therapies using RFA with external radiation or brachytherapy have been pioneered by Dr. Dupuy who has been the principal investigator of two NCI funded multicenter trials.
Dr. Dupuy has published over 140 publications and given over 110 invited lectures in the field of radiology and image-guided ablation.

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