Radiotherapy of Prostatic Cancer
Part of the NATO Advanced Science Institutes Series book series (NSSA, volume 53)
In the 1950’s, new sources of deeply penetrating radiations, such as Cobalt-60 units, linear accelerators, and betatrons, became available and have become the standard for modern radiation therapy.
KeywordsProstatic Cancer Radical Prostatectomy Actuarial Survival Osseous Metastasis Prostatic Cancer Survival
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