This volume explores advances in the clinical management of radiotherapy effects from minor sequelae to major complications. Methods for early diagnosis, correct differential diagnosis and effective intervention and prevention are presented. Contributions to optimal patient care, including new supportive therapies during radiotherapy, and specific indications for drug and surgical interventions after treatment are reviewed. The focus is on defining the critical decision points in management, and the clinical tools most efficient in providing recovery for the patient. A practical and clinically-oriented resource, this volume is especially intended for medical and technical practitioners in oncology: radiation, medical and surgical oncologists and nurses, and radiation physicists, dosimetrists and therapists.