Use of Radiation Therapy in Treatment of Malignant Tumors
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In 1986, the American Cancer Society estimated that 930,000 people would be diagnosed as having cancer, among whom 10% would be Black. For the 93,000 projected new cases, the approximate anatomic distribution of cancer would be as listed in Table 1.
KeywordsSmall Bowel American Cancer Society Linear Energy Transfer High Cure Rate Radiation Therapist
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