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2021 AAPM Virtual 63rd Annual Meeting - Session: Radiation as a Biological Rather than a Physical Tool to Combat Cancer


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Radio-Immunotherapy Dose-Painting
Wilfred Ngwa, PhD Brigham and Womens Hospital
wngwa@lroc.harvard.edu


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All videos in this session:
Introduction - Gabriel Sawakuchi, PhD UT MD Anderson Cancer Center
Cellular Targets of Proton Radiation-Induced Bone Fractures - Aimee McNamara Physics Division, Department of Radiation Oncology, Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School, Boston, Massachusetts, USA
Minibeam Therapy With Protons and Heavy Ions to Treat Brain Cancers - John Eley, PhD Vanderbilt University School of Medicine
A Physics Approach To Combine Radiotherapy With Molecularly Targeted Therapies to Preferentially Radiosensitize Tumors But Not Normal Tissues - Scott Bright UT MD Anderson Cancer Center
Q&A & Panel Discussion - Gabriel Sawakuchi, PhD UT MD Anderson Cancer Center
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