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Shauna Campbell, DO 18 Sep 19
Dr. Harrison kicking off & session @ . People w/ influence are sincere & you want to work with them, those with authority have power but you only work w/ them when you have to. In due time these will be Sun/Mon sessions.
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MD Anderson Cancer Center 17 Sep 19
“Patients often come to me afraid of radiation therapy, and, first and foremost, I seek to make them feel comfortable and at ease,” says radiation oncologist Dr. Stephen Chun.
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MD Anderson Cancer Center 18 Sep 19
“Half of all cancer patients undergo radiation treatment. All could potentially benefit from this game-changing technology,” says our of :
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Bill Loo MD PhD ⚡️☢️ 21 Sep 19
News FLASH: The special issue of Radiotherapy and Oncology (Green J) came out today! Impressive lineup of papers to complement presentations at this week.
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Cristin Watson 19 Sep 19
Hey y’all! It appears from my Twitter feed we all had a great experience at . Don’t forget to claim your CME & complete the general survey. Give us your feedback, both positive & constructive, so we can continue to improve your meeting experience!
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protonterapia 17 Sep 19
Thrilled to be the new Fellow of Thank you for this privilege. With my mentors, colleagues and friends in mind Great ceremony today at .
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Pippa Cosper MD, PhD 18 Sep 19
Wonderful work by showing how closure of women’s health clinics significantly increases mortality in cervical cancer. Early detection is key!
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Emma Fields, MD 17 Sep 19
The EMBRACE team with awesome data this morning at with a nomogram to predict survival in cervical cancer treated with IGABT with HR-CTV as a huge prognostic factor
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David Pryor 20 Sep 19
Goldilocks' take on treatment time after 8 weeks too long 😴 1 day too cold 😬(and comes back to bite!) 2 to 4 weeks just right😎 (options ++) -B
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Steven J. Frank, MD 16 Sep 19
Dr. Grace Smith presents Work Productivity advantage of versus in in Phase III randomized trial!
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Angeles Rovirosa 17 Sep 19
Today at . Thank you to my frieds for their support.
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Emma Fields, MD 17 Sep 19
Longterm toxicity results from RTOG 1203 show a ⬇️ in diarrhea at 1 year and ⬇️ in urinary toxicity at 3 years with IMRT
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Cleveland Clinic MD 18 Sep 19
Study finds SBRT well tolerated in pediatric patients with metastatic disease:
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Timothy Smile 16 Sep 19
Interesting discussion of malignant transformation of low grade glioma patients treated with adjuvant chemo alone by at
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The Lancet Oncology 18 Sep 19
Presented at and now online : acute toxicity results from the PACE-B trial on intensity-modulated fractionated vs stereotactic body radiotherapy for
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Shauna Campbell, DO 17 Sep 19
Family dinner with the residents. This is my crew. ⁦
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DMPhotography 21 Sep 19
Ribblehead Viaduct With Only about an hour at most with no moon after twilight so we made the most of it
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Evan Thomas, MD/PhD 17 Sep 19
Great to see recognizing the importance (and in this, paradigm-shifting) of non-oncologic applications of RT in ‘s late-breaking abstract on cardiac radiosurgery for refractory malignant ventricular tachycardia.
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Junzo Chino 17 Sep 19
Dr Kerry highlighting the inspiring work in Botswana, bringing brachytherapy access to hundreds of women, and therefore a cure for cervical cancer
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Sushil 18 Sep 19
⁩ senior resident presenting largest study for nodal control in endometrial ca ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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