Radioisotope therapy is an internal form of radiation, administered through liquid or injection, that treats the cancer with minimal damage to the normal surrounding tissue. This book is a practical guide to radioisotope therapy, taking the reader through the basic principles, and then developing this by application to specific sites and diseases.
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Peter Hoskin qualified at the Royal Free Hospital London and trained in Clinical Oncology at the Royal Marsden Hospital. He was appointed consultant at the Royal London Hospital in 1991 and the followig year to Mount Vernon Cancer Centre with an academic post in the Department of Oncology at University College London, where he now holds a personal chair.
"This book is an essential, practical guide to the use of radioisotope therapy, and also includes the background and development biology which underpins its use."--Anticancer Research
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