Investigation of a patient reported outcome tool to assess radiotherapy-related toxicity prospectively in patients with lung cancer.
Bayman, Neil A
Burt, Paul A
Harris, Maggie A
Lee, Lip W
Pemberton, Laura S
Sheikh, Hamid Y
AffiliationThe University of Manchester, Greater Manchester, United Kingdom.
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AbstractThere is a paucity of data regarding the feasibility and relevance of Patient Reported Outcome (PRO) tools to assess radiotherapy-related toxicity in lung cancer.
CitationInvestigation of a patient reported outcome tool to assess radiotherapy-related toxicity prospectively in patients with lung cancer. 2014: Radiother Oncol
JournalRadiotherapy and Oncology
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