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Correction to: Could the impact of photobiomodulation on tumor response to radiation be effected by tumor heterogeneity?

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Correction to: Supportive Care in Cancer (2020) 28:423–424.

https://doi.org/10.1007/s00520-019-05146-9

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Dr. Sonis reports personal fees from Biomodels, LLC, personal fees from Primary Endpoint Solutions, LLC, outside of the submitted work. As an employee of Biomodels and PES, he is involved in assisting industry, government and academics in the study and enablement of drugs, biologicals and devices to treat patients for a broad range of indications including cancer and oral toxicities of cancer therapy. He does not have equity or receive payment from any of the companies’ clients.

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Sonis, S. Correction to: Could the impact of photobiomodulation on tumor response to radiation be effected by tumor heterogeneity?. Support Care Cancer 28, 2033 (2020). https://doi.org/10.1007/s00520-020-05347-7

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