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Published in Brain Cancer

Journal Scan / Research · December 27, 2022

Risk of Brain Cancer After Radiation Exposure From CT Examinations in Children and Young Adults

The Lancet Oncology


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The Lancet Oncology
Brain cancer after radiation exposure from CT examinations of children and young adults: results from the EPI-CT cohort study
Lancet Oncol 2022 Dec 06;[EPub Ahead of Print], M Hauptmann, G Byrnes, E Cardis, MO Bernier, M Blettner, J Dabin, H Engels, TS Istad, C Johansen, M Kaijser, K Kjaerheim, N Journy, JM Meulepas, M Moissonnier, C Ronckers, I Thierry-Chef, L Le Cornet, A Jahnen, R Pokora, M Bosch de Basea, J Figuerola, C Maccia, A Nordenskjold, RW Harbron, C Lee, SL Simon, A Berrington de Gonzalez, J Schüz, A Kesminiene

From MEDLINE®/PubMed®, a database of the U.S. National Library of Medicine.

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