Jina Zhang-Salomons

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Extensive research has been carried out to establish the appropriate proportion of cancer patients requiring radiotherapy at some point during their illness. However, it is difficult to compare the actual rates against the appropriate rate, because calculating the actual rates requires life-long follow up of cancer patients. We have developed a method,(More)
BACKGROUND Clinical data gathered for administrative purposes often lack sufficient information to separate the records of radiotherapy given for palliation from those given for cure. An absence, incompleteness, or inaccuracy of such information could hinder or bias the study of the utilization and outcome of radiotherapy. This study has three specific(More)
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