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Radiation oncology seminar

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KOCHI: The three-day national annual conference of the Association of Radiation Oncologists of India concluded here on Saturday. A total of 50 papers were presented by the delegates who had arrived from different parts of the country, the SAARC countries and the US.

Experts participating in scientific sessions provided references and their own clinical experiences of various treatment methods for cancer, a release issued here said. The Chief Medical Oncologists from Tata Memorial Hospital highlighted new methods to improve treatment in lung cancer. Mr Richard Sainsbury from the University College Hospital, London, spoke on the methods to manage non-palpable breast lumps.

Speakers at the session on gynaecological oncology highlighted the methods to improve therapeutic ratio in carcinoma crevice.

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