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New Paper

Dose distributions to heart, lung, and target showing the difference in dose to these structures at the second and third weeks of treatment.
Dose distributions to heart, lung, and target showing the difference in dose to these structures at the second and third weeks of treatment.

We’ve recently published a new paper Lung and Heart Dose Variability During Radiation Therapy of Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer” in International Journal of Radiation Oncology, Biology, Physics, looking at the difference between the expected, planned radiation dose to lung and heart relative to the estimated delivered dose to actual anatomy during the course of treatment. The first author is Nuzhat Jan, M.D., a radiation oncology fellow who has worked with our lab for several years.

The paper can be read here for free for the next 50 days: http://communications.elsevier.com/r/?id=h4418af74,17cb3399,17d6da69&p1=authors.elsevier.com/a/1V7hu1Hx51wLjY.

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