A 65-year-old male patient presents with persistent bleeding and pain from a T3N1 rectal cancer 8 cm from the anal verge with unresectable liver and lung metastases while on palliative chemotherapy. Which treatment is MOST appropriate for the long term palliation of rectal bleeding?
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