ASTRO is the largest radiation oncology society in the world.

ASTRO is the largest radiation oncology society in the world, with nearly 7,500 members from around the world who specialize in treating patients with radiation therapy. As the leading organization in radiation oncology, biology and physics, the Society is to promote the practice of radiation oncology by promoting excellence in patient care, providing opportunities for educational and professional development, promoting research and disseminating research results and representing radiation oncology devoted in a rapidly evolving socioeconomic healthcare. The ASTRO Annual Meeting typically draws nearly 10,000 medical professionals and exhibitors.

‘.. The two organizations will join forces to at Survivor Circle exhibit at the 46th ASTRO Annual Meeting scheduled for 3 to 7 October 2004, at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta to participate. The Survivor Circle was created to recognize and honor those who are suffering with the diagnosis of cancer. This year on the programs of on the programs of Atlanta-area cancer to focus patients and their families to focus with this illness ready. Within the Survivor Circle, there is a place for visitors to learn more about the American Cancer Society, to learn and to contribute. One hundred % of all donations are collected, given cancer in the Atlanta area in the Atlanta area.Jonsson pointed out, however, that said body of research, American U.S. Sciences consultant] is based its recommendations eight mostly old randomized clinical trials, most of which are more than 20 years ceased contained By. In contrast, contain graduated 600,000 women Sweden aged 40 to 49 and played that da were national guidelines in the year 1986 in Sweden call screening mammogram done. So is the largest epidemiological study of the mammography in this age group views the differing achievements in different studies and lack of consensus on timing of mammography screening some physicians did hesitate change their practice ‘..

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