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Abstract

Over 40% of cancer patients will require radiation therapy during management of their disease. Although radiation therapy improves the survival of a significant number of cancer patients, both acute radiation toxicity (which manifests during a course of clinical radiotherapy or shortly thereafter), and late toxicity (developing months to years after completion of radiotherapy) compromise overall outcomes for successfully treated cancer patients.

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Greenberger, J. S. (2009, March). Radioprotection. In Vivo. https://doi.org/10.1016/s1155-1925(05)38467-9

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