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2013 AAPM Annual Meeting - Session: Accuracy Requirements and Uncertainties Considerations in Radiation Therapy


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Level of Accuracy Practically Achievable in Radiation Therapy
David Followill, PhD, UT MD Anderson Cancer Center, TX, 77030 UNITED STATES
dfollowi@mdanderson.org


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Radiobiological rationale for accuracy considerations in RT - Soren Bentzen, University of Wisconsin - Madison School of Medicine and Public Health, Madison, WI, 53792 UNITED STATES
Uncertainties in Radiation Medicine: An Oncologists Perspective - Michael Milosevic, Princess Margaret Cancer Centre, ON, M5T 2M9 CANADA
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Accuracy Requirements and Uncertainty Considerations in Radiation Therapy - Jacob Van Dyk, MSc, Professor Emeritus, Western University, London, CANADA
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