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Phillip Khim, B.S

Phillip Khim's Background
Second year medical student at the Keck School of Medicine of USC, irradiated wound healing research

About Keck School of Medicine of USC
The University of Southern California is a leading private research university located in Los Angeles, the capital of the Pacific Rim.

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  • Patient Education - Radiation-induced cutaneous damage - Acute Effects
    Radiation-induced cutaneous damage (RICD) is a common side effect of radiation therapy. Initial skin changes caused by radiation (acute effects) are usually seen within 90 days from the day the patient receives radiotherapy. This evidence-based topic for patients and caregivers answers common questions related to acute effects of RICD. It can be printed at the point-of-care or digitally shared with patients.
  • Patient Education - Radiation-induced cutaneous damage - Late Effects
    Summary Radiation-induced cutaneous damage (RICD) is a common side effect of radiation therapy that affects your skin. As much as 95 percent of all patients receiving radiation therapy will experience some form of RICD. (Bray et al. 2016). The initial skin changes (acute effects) caused by radiation usually heal after radiotherapy is completed, but the late skin changes (chronic effects) can develop mon

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