Gender trends in radiation oncology in the United States: a 30-year analysis.

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PURPOSE Although considerable research exists regarding the role of women in the medical profession in the United States, little work has described the participation of women in academic radiation oncology. We examined women's participation in authorship of radiation oncology literature, a visible and influential activity that merits specific attention… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.ijrobp.2013.09.025

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@article{Ahmed2014GenderTI, title={Gender trends in radiation oncology in the United States: a 30-year analysis.}, author={Awad Haj Ali Ahmed and Brian L. Egleston and Emma B Holliday and Gary Eastwick and Cristiane Takita and Reshma Jagsi}, journal={International journal of radiation oncology, biology, physics}, year={2014}, volume={88 1}, pages={33-8} }