Current concepts in clinical radiation oncology

@inproceedings{Orth2014CurrentCI,
  title={Current concepts in clinical radiation oncology},
  author={Michael Orth and Kirsten Lauber and Maximilian Niyazi and Anna A. Friedl and Minglun Li and Cornelius Maihoefer and Lars Hendrik Sch{\"u}ttrumpf and Anne G. Ernst and Olivier M. Niem{\"o}ller and Claus Belka},
  booktitle={Radiation and environmental biophysics},
  year={2014}
}
Based on its potent capacity to induce tumor cell death and to abrogate clonogenic survival, radiotherapy is a key part of multimodal cancer treatment approaches. Numerous clinical trials have documented the clear correlation between improved local control and increased overall survival. However, despite all progress, the efficacy of radiation-based treatment approaches is still limited by different technological, biological, and clinical constraints. In principle, the following major issues… CONTINUE READING
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