The National Cancer Institute's Radiation Research Program, in collaboration with the Radiosurgery Society, hosted a workshop called Understanding High-Dose, Ultra-High Dose Rate and Spatially Fractionated Radiotherapy on August 20 and 21, 2018 to bring together experts in experimental and clinical experience in these and related fields. Critically, the overall aims were to understand the biological underpinning of these emerging techniques and the technical/physical parameters that must be further defined to drive clinical practice through innovative biologically based clinical trials.
|Tidskrift||International Journal of Radiation Oncology Biology Physics|
|Status||Published - 2020|
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The workshop was supported by the Radiosurgery Society and the National Cancer Institute (NCI). Although the workshop was cosponsored by the NCI and the Regulatory Support System, the comments in this report are strictly the opinions of the authors and do not constitute an endorsement of these results and/or treatments by the NCI and Regulatory Support System or a consensus of all authors on each of the points. This report is designed to stimulate further formal research and development to explore the future clinical application of these novel therapies and not for implementation into routine clinical practice.
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