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2021 AAPM Virtual 63rd Annual Meeting - Session: Novel and Emerging Technologies in Radiation Therapy

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The Feasibility of Measuring In Vivo Tumor Microenvironment PH During Radiotherapy Using a Novel Cerenkov Emission Multispectral Optical Probe Based On Silicon Photomultipliers
Ibrahim Oraiqat, PhD H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center & Research Institute

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Hypersensitivity of Cancer Cells to Photon and Proton Radiation Caused by Disruption of Cell Cycle Arrest by An ATR Inhibitor - Mandira Manandhar UT MD Anderson Cancer Center
Plastic and Lead-Doped Scintillators for Ultrahigh Dose-Rate Irradiations Delivered with An X-Ray Tube - Daniel Cecchi University of Victoria
Three-Dimensional Tumor Spheroid Model as a Tool to Optimize the Nano-Bio Interface - Kyle Bromma University of Victoria
Measurement of Secondary Neutron Spectrum with He4 Fast Neutron Detector - Sanjiv Samant, PhD University of Florida
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