A TCP model for external beam treatment of intermediate-risk prostate cancer.
AffiliationSchool of Physics, National University of Ireland Galway, Connacht, Ireland. Walshsharp@gmail.com
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CitationA TCP model for external beam treatment of intermediate-risk prostate cancer. 2013, 40 (3):031709 Med Phys
AbstractBiological models offer the ability to predict clinical outcomes. The authors describe a model to predict the clinical response of intermediate-risk prostate cancer to external beam radiotherapy for a variety of fractionation regimes.
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