Increasing radiation dose affects risk classification for prostate cancer

  • Published 2006 in Nature Clinical Practice Oncology

Abstract

Treatment of pediatric acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL) is most effective when the risk of relapse is assessed early; the response of leukemia cells to treatment reliably predicts prognosis. Assays have been developed that can measure tiny amounts of leukemia, or ‘minimal residual disease’ (MRD), but their cost and complexity has slowed their universal… (More)
DOI: 10.1038/ncponc0571

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@article{2006IncreasingRD, title={Increasing radiation dose affects risk classification for prostate cancer}, author={}, journal={Nature Clinical Practice Oncology}, year={2006}, volume={3}, pages={466-467} }