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Gradual optimizing of fractionation by a two component model

, : Gradual optimizing of fractionation by a two component model. Radiobiologia Radiotherapia 30(2): 131-135

To calculate the optimal conditions for fractionation a two-component multitarget model and a gradual optimizing method were applied for several tumor types (squamous cell carcinoma skin, adenocarcinoma of mamma) and for cortical normal tissue (skin, vessel-stroma). The calculated regimes guarantee a tumor healing without complications with high probability (70-95%). This probability is higher by 10-11% than in computer-based calculation by probit analysis.


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