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Use of Radiation Therapy in Treatment of Malignant Tumors

  • Jerrold P. Saxton
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Abstract

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.

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Small Bowel American Cancer Society Linear Energy Transfer High Cure Rate Radiation Therapist 
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