Margaret R. Straub, PA-C Print Friendly Page
Margaret Straub cares for women with gynecologic and breast cancers who are treated with radiation therapy. She has a special interest in sexual dysfunction arising post treatment, as well as management of radiation enteritis. Margaret partners with Dr. Kristin Bradley and Dr. Bethany Anderson to help patients receive seamless, comprehensive care that makes their cancer journey less burdensome. Margaret takes the time to listen to her patients and provides suggestions for management and follow-up regarding patient concerns or questions.
UW Health Clinics
UW School of Medicine and Public Health
|Department of Human Oncology|
Professional Certifications and Education
University of Wisconsin - Madison, Madison, WI
George Washington University, Washington, D.C.
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Lindau ST Abramsohn EM Baron SR Florendo J Haefner HK Jhingran A Kennedy V Krane MK Kushner DM McComb J Merritt DF Park JE Siston A Straub M Streicher L .
Physical examination of the female cancer patient with sexual concerns: What oncologists and patients should expect from consultation with a specialist. CA Cancer J Clin. 2016 May;66(3):241-63
[PubMed ID: 26784536]
Platta CS Wallace C Gondi V Das R Straub M Al-Niaimi A Applegate G Bradley KA .
Cervical brachytherapy technique for locally advanced carcinoma of the cervix in a patient with septate uterus. J Contemp Brachytherapy. 2014 Mar;6(1):76-81
[PubMed ID: 24790625]
Shaverdian N Gondi V Sklenar KL Dunn EF Petereit DG Straub MR Bradley KA .
Effects of treatment duration during concomitant chemoradiation therapy for cervical cancer. Int J Radiat Oncol Biol Phys. 2013 Jul 1;86(3):562-8
[PubMed ID: 23561652]
Platta CS Anderson B Geye H Das R Straub M Bradley K .
Adjuvant and definitive radiation therapy for primary carcinoma of the vagina using brachytherapy and external beam radiation therapy. J Contemp Brachytherapy. 2013 Jun;5(2):76-82
[PubMed ID: 23878551]
Gondi V Bentzen SM Sklenar KL Dunn EF Petereit DG Tannehill SP Straub M Bradley KA .
Severe late toxicities following concomitant chemoradiotherapy compared to radiotherapy alone in cervical cancer: an inter-era analysis. Int J Radiat Oncol Biol Phys. 2012 Nov 15;84(4):973-82
[PubMed ID: 22898381]
Kwekkeboom KL Dendaas NR Straub M Bradley KA .
Patterns of pain and distress during high-dose-rate intracavity brachytherapy for cervical cancer. J Support Oncol. 2009 May-Jun;7(3):108-14
[PubMed ID: 19507459]