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Hyperthermia in Cancer Therapy
Many malignant cell lines exhibit a therapeutic response to supernormal temperatures. Selective destruction of tumor cells has been observed following moderate hyperthermia (42 degrees to 43 degreesExpand
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Rationale for initial clinical trials and future development of radioprotectors.
: Over the past two decades a number of chemical radioprotectors have been developed which, although toxic, appear to be usable in clinically relevant doses. Because of differences in blood flow,Expand
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Ultra-high dose-rate effects in radiosensitive bacteria.
(1969). Ultra-high Dose-rate Effects in Radiosensitive Bacteria. International Journal of Radiation Biology and Related Studies in Physics, Chemistry and Medicine: Vol. 14, No. 6, pp. 573-575.
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Sensitizers and protectors in clinical oncology.
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A productivity system for a hospital education department.
: The development of productivity systems for hospital education departments is reported. A time-based and value-based approach to documenting productivity is discussed, and the design andExpand
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More on managing metastatic choroidal tumors.
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