Management of Cervical Cancer: Strategies for Limited-resource Centres - A Guide for Radiation Oncologists

IAEA Human Health Reports No. 6

Subject Classification: 0102-Radiation biology

English STI/PUB/1556; (ISBN:978-92-0-128810-3); 77 pp.; 17 figures; € 18.00; Date Published: 2013

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Clinical guidelines for the management of cervical cancer exist in the published literature. However, these guidelines have usually been developed in and for an affluent environment where all modern diagnosis and treatment modalities and tools are available to the practitioner. This publication is aimed at radiation oncologists working in centres with limited resources and treating a large number of patients with cervical cancer. The approach, and the techniques recommended, are intended to be evidence based, simple, feasible and resource sparing, to the extent that this is possible when dealing with a complex treatment modality such as radiotherapy.

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