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Neutron radiotherapy in South Africa: Neutron radiotherapy: Society comments

Samuel Fourie, Raymond Abratt, Michiel Botha, Robbie De Muellenaere, Leon Gouws, Greg Hart, Amo Jordaan, Waldek Szpak

Abstract


This correspondence is in response to the article:
Abratt RP. The fast neutron therapy programme for patients in South Africa should come to an end. S Afr Med J 2012;102(2):58. Other correspondence in this series: Neutron radiotherapy: a different perspective. Neutron radiotherapy should continue. S Afr Med J 2012;102(5):269-270; Neutron radiotherapy, Abratt reply. S Afr Med J 2012;102(5):270-217; Neutron radiotherapy: Abratt supported. S Afr Med J 2012;102(5):271.

Authors' affiliations

Samuel Fourie, South African Society of Clinical and Radiation Oncology

Raymond Abratt, South African Society of Clinical and Radiation Oncology

Michiel Botha, South African Society of Clinical and Radiation Oncology

Robbie De Muellenaere, South African Society of Clinical and Radiation Oncology

Leon Gouws, South African Society of Clinical and Radiation Oncology

Greg Hart, South African Society of Clinical and Radiation Oncology

Amo Jordaan, South African Society of Clinical and Radiation Oncology

Waldek Szpak, South African Society of Clinical and Radiation Oncology

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South African Medical Journal 2012;102(5):271.

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Date submitted: 2012-03-23
Date published: 2012-03-23

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