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July-September 2018| Vol 9| Issue 3

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Reimagining hyperthermia in oncology

The galloping progress in technology has not ensured further improvements in survival patterns in most cancers. Chemoradiation comes with a considerable toxicity while targeted therapies have not tu...


Original Article

Seasonal variation of radon concentration in drinking water and assessment of whole-body dose to the public along coastal parts of Kerala, India

Context: Some of the coastal parts of Kerala are well-reported high background radiation area. Hence, the radiological protection of the population in this region has of great concern. Aims:...


Original Article

Retrospective analysis of patients of glioblastoma multiforme treated with stem cell sparing intensity-modulated radiation therapy and nonstem cell sparing three-dimensional conformal radiation therapy: A single-institution experience

Aims: The present study was aimed to assess the impact of stem cell sparing radiation therapy on the outcomes of the treatment in glioblastoma multiforme (GBM). Materials and Methods: Th...


Original Article

Membrane permeability changes in radiation-induced apoptotic mouse thymocytes

Objective: Radiation-induced alterations in permeability of plasma membrane and associated apoptotic changes were investigated in apoptotic thymocytes induced by radiation. Materials and Met...


Book Review

Radiobiology and radiation hormesis: New evidence and its implications for medicine and society

Author: Charles L. Sanders Edition: First Publisher: Springer International Publishing AG 2017 Year of Publication: 2017 Number of Pages: 273 ISBN: 978-3-319-56371-8 DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-...


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