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Duration: 9 hours

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This course is part of The Applied Sciences of Oncology (ASO) distance-learning course.Aim: To provide an understanding of the radiobiological principles that affect the results of clinical radiotherapy.ObjectivesUpon completion, participants should be able to:Describe clinical relevance of radiobiology.Discuss acute and late effects of ionising radiation in a range of organs and tissue typesDiscuss late effects of radiotherapyDiscuss the effect of time and fraction size on tumor and normal tissueDiscuss radiobiological aspects of brachytherapyDiscuss biological effects of radiotherapy at a cellular and molecular levelDiscuss interactions between radiotherapy and chemotherapy at a molecular level.

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