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Cell proliferation and growth rate of tumours. This is a basic teaching book for radiation oncologists, radiation physicists, and radiobiologists, setting out concisely the biological basis of radiation therapy. Fully updated and revised throughout, the third edition continues to present in an interesting way the biological basis of radiation therapy, discussing the basic principles and significant developments that underlie the latest attempts to improve the radiotherapeutic management of cancer.
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It is important that both practising godron trainee radiotherapists become fully aware of the scientific basis for these developments in order to maximise their exploitation. Overcoming tumour radioresistance resulting from hypoxia.