Debating the use of Arc therapy and Tomotherapy

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Stewart-Lord, A, Ahmed, S, Aldridge, L, Calvete, R, Downes, EL, Greenland, K, Kent-Smith, A, Knapp-Tabbernor, K, Krishan, A and Shaykhoun, S (2011). Debating the use of Arc therapy and Tomotherapy. Synergy: imaging and therapy practice. The Society and College of Radiographers.
AuthorsStewart-Lord, A, Ahmed, S, Aldridge, L, Calvete, R, Downes, EL, Greenland, K, Kent-Smith, A, Knapp-Tabbernor, K, Krishan, A and Shaykhoun, S
Abstract

Debating the use of Arc Therapy and Tomotherapy Strong evidence base in support of these treatments. Advantages outweigh current standard practice. Widely accepted across the world. Progression is necessary.

Keywords1105 Dentistry
Year2011
JournalSynergy: imaging and therapy practice. The Society and College of Radiographers
PublisherAfl Deeson Partnership Ltd.
ISSN1360-5518
Publication dates
Print01 Nov 2011
Publication process dates
Deposited12 Nov 2018
Accepted30 Jun 2011
Accepted author manuscript
License
CC BY 4.0
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