by Brian Cook, Tomas Dvorak
Publisher: Wikibooks 2010
Radiation oncology is a rapidly changing field with new advances being made daily. This textbook is meant to be used by residents, medical students, and practicing physicians in radiation oncology. Its main purpose is to be a useful reference for those wishing to gain knowledge about clinical radiation oncology.
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