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Journal Scan / Research · March 15, 2021

Proton Therapy Reduces the Likelihood of High-Grade Radiation-Induced Lymphopenia in Glioblastoma Patients

Neuro-oncology

 

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Neuro-oncology
Proton Therapy Reduces the Likelihood of High-Grade Radiation-Induced Lymphopenia in Glioblastoma Patients: Phase II Randomized Study of Protons vs Photons
Neuro-oncology 2021 Feb 25;23(2)284-294, R Mohan, AY Liu, PD Brown, A Mahajan, J Dinh, C Chung, S McAvoy, MF McAleer, SH Lin, J Li, AJ Ghia, C Zhu, EP Sulman, JF de Groot, AB Heimberger, SL McGovern, C Grassberger, H Shih, S Ellsworth, DR Grosshans

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