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2015 AAPM Annual Meeting - Session: In Memoriam of Warren Sinclair: Physics Applications for New Radiobiology



Radiation-Induced Long Distance Tumor Cell Migration Into and Out of the Radiation Field and Its Clinical Implication
Edward Graves, PhD Stanford University
egraves@stanford.edu


Handout(s): 99-27180-365478-111398.pdf
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All videos in this session:
Beyond Radiation Induced Double Strand Breaks - a New Horizon for Radiation Therapy Research - Sha Chang, PhD UNC School of Medicine
Localized Radiation Can Induce Systemic Anti-Cancer Immune and Non-Immune Responses and How We Might Utilize It - Mansoor Ahmed, National Institutes of Health
Unveiling Tumor Heterogeneity by Molecular Imaging - Robert Jeraj, PhD University of Wisconsin
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