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Radiation Oncology: A Physicist's-Eye View
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The Baby Business
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Hyperthermia with radiation in the treatment of locally advanced head and neck cancer: a report of randomized trial.
BACKGROUND Head and neck cancer is the leading cause of male mortality due to cancer in India. Surgery, radiation alone or in combination has been the backbone of treatment strategies.Expand
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Chemoradiation with hyperthermia in the treatment of head and neck cancer
Purpose: The management of head and neck cancer requires skilled integration of multiple modalities such as surgery, radiation, chemotherapy and hyperthermia. Chemoradiation can benefit from theExpand
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Enhancement of radiation-induced oxidative stress and cytotoxicity in tumor cells by ellagic acid.
BACKGROUND Failure of treatment of cancer in clinic by radio/chemotherapy is generally attributed to tumor resistance. It is, therefore, important to develop strategies to increase the cytotoxicityExpand
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An overview of the initial experience with AK-2123 as a hypoxic cell sensitizer with radiation in the treatment of advanced head and neck cancers.
PURPOSE AK-2123 (Senazole) is a nitrotriazole with a reported potential for hypoxic cell sensitization. The present study was conducted to evaluate hypoxic cell potentiation in patients with advancedExpand
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"Nano": the new nemesis of cancer.
Materials at nano dimensions exhibit totally different properties compared to their bulk and atomic states. This feature has been harnessed by scientists from various disciplines, to developExpand
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Membrane oxidative damage and apoptosis in cervical carcinoma cells of patients after radiation therapy.
This article describes evaluation of plasma membrane fluidity and intracellular SOD with relation to apoptotic death of cervical carcinoma cells after radiation therapy. Cells from biopsies of cancerExpand
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Effect of Fluidizing Agents on Paclitaxel Penetration in Cervical Cancerous Monolayer Membranes
The aim of this study was to compare modulation of paclitaxel penetration in cancerous and normal cervical monolayers by four fluidizing agents: PCPG (9:1 DPPC:PG), PCPE (9:1 DPPC:DOPE), ALEC (7:3Expand
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Comparison of paclitaxel penetration in normal and cancerous cervical model monolayer membranes.
The aim of the present study was to evaluate the penetration of paclitaxel in normal as well as cancerous human cervical monolayer membranes and to compare these results with the paclitaxelExpand
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