Pediatric Cancer References

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1. Miralbell R, Lomax A, Cella L, Scheider U. Potential reduction of the incidence of radiation-induced second cancers by using proton beams in the treatment of pediatric tumors. Int J RadiatOncolBiol Phys. 2002;54(3):824-829.

2. MacDonald SM, DeLaney TF, Loeffler JS. Proton beam radiation therapy. Cancer Invest. 2006;(24):199-208.

3. Lee CT, Bilton SD, Famiglietti RM, et al. Treatment planning with protons for pediatric retinoblastoma, medulloblastoma, and pelvic sarcoma: how do protons compare with other conformal techniques? Int J Radiat Oncol Biol Phys.2005;63(2):362-372.

4. Merchant TE, Hua C, Shukla H, Ying Xiaofei, Nill S, Oelfke U. Protons versus radiotherapy for common pediatric brain tumors: comparison of models of dose characteristics and their relationship to cognitive function. Pediatr Blood Cancer. 2008;51:110-117

 

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6. Miralbell R, Lomax A, Cella L, Scheider U. Potential reduction of the incidence of radiation-induced second cancers by using proton beams in the treatment of pediatric tumors. Int J RadiatOncolBiol Phys. 2002;54(3):824-829.

7. MacDonald SM, DeLaney TF, Loeffler JS. Proton beam radiation therapy. Cancer Invest. 2006;(24):199-208.

8. Lee CT, Bilton SD, Famiglietti RM, et al. Treatment planning with protons for pediatric retinoblastoma, medulloblastoma, and pelvic sarcoma: how do protons compare with other conformal techniques? Int J Radiat Oncol Biol Phys.2005;63(2):362-372.

9. Merchant TE, Hua C, Shukla H, Ying Xiaofei, Nill S, Oelfke U. Protons versus radiotherapy for common pediatric brain tumors: comparison of models of dose characteristics and their relationship to cognitive function. Pediatr Blood Cancer. 2008;51:110-117

 

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