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1. Acute hematological toxicity during post-operative bowel sparing image-guided intensity modulated radiation with concurrent cisplatin

by Lewis S | Chopra S [Corresponding author] | Naga P | Pant S | Dandpani E | Bharadwaj N | Mahantshetty U | Engineer R | Swamidas J | Ghosh J | Gupta S | Shrivastava S.

In British Journal of Radiology
Material type: article Article; Format: print Publisher: 2018Availability: Items available for loan: Tata Memorial Hospital (1).

2. Carboplatin-based concurrent chemoradiation therapy in locally advanced head and neck cancer patients who are unfit for cisplatin therapy

by Noronha V | Sharma V | Joshi A | Patil VM | Laskar SG | Prabhash K [Corresponding author].

In Indian Journal of Cancer
Material type: article Article; Format: print Publisher: 2017Availability: Items available for loan: Tata Memorial Hospital (1).

3. Conventional radiotherapy versus concurrent chemoradiotherapy versus accelerated radiotherapy in locoregionally advanced carcinoma of head and neck : Results of a prospective randomized trial

by Ghosh-Laskar S | Agarwal J | D'Cruz A | Chaturvedi P | Pai P | Chaukar D | Sengar M | Murthy V | Budrukkar A | Gupta T | Kalyani N.

In Head & Neck
Material type: article Article Publisher: New York NY John Wiley And Sons 2016Online access: Click here to access online Availability: Items available for loan: Tata Memorial Hospital (1).

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