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2013 AAPM Annual Meeting - Session: How Do We Couple Quantitative Imaging and Models of Tumor Response to Improve Multimodal Therapy?


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Limitations of quantitative imaging to assess tumor response and guide therapy
Lawrence Marks, MD, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC, 27514 UNITED STATES
marks@med.unc.edu


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Opportunities for integration of imaging-based tumor growth and response models into mulit-modal clinical trials - Robert Jeraj, PhD, University of Wisconsin, MADISON, WI, 53705 UNITED STATES
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