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Radiotherapy after esophageal cancer stenting (ROCS): A pragmatic randomized controlled trial evaluating the role of palliative radiotherapy in maintaining swallow.

Anthony Thomas Byrne, Douglas Adamson, Catharine Porter, Jane M. Blazeby, Gareth Owen Griffiths, Annmarie Nelson, Berni Sewell Orcid Logo, Mari Jones Orcid Logo, Tony Millin, John Staffurth, Thomas Crosby, Chris Hurt

Journal of Clinical Oncology, Volume: 38, Issue: 15_suppl, Pages: 4569 - 4569

Swansea University Authors: Berni Sewell Orcid Logo, Mari Jones Orcid Logo

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Published in: Journal of Clinical Oncology
ISSN: 0732-183X 1527-7755
Published: American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) 2020
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title Radiotherapy after esophageal cancer stenting (ROCS): A pragmatic randomized controlled trial evaluating the role of palliative radiotherapy in maintaining swallow.
spellingShingle Radiotherapy after esophageal cancer stenting (ROCS): A pragmatic randomized controlled trial evaluating the role of palliative radiotherapy in maintaining swallow.
Berni Sewell
Mari Jones
title_short Radiotherapy after esophageal cancer stenting (ROCS): A pragmatic randomized controlled trial evaluating the role of palliative radiotherapy in maintaining swallow.
title_full Radiotherapy after esophageal cancer stenting (ROCS): A pragmatic randomized controlled trial evaluating the role of palliative radiotherapy in maintaining swallow.
title_fullStr Radiotherapy after esophageal cancer stenting (ROCS): A pragmatic randomized controlled trial evaluating the role of palliative radiotherapy in maintaining swallow.
title_full_unstemmed Radiotherapy after esophageal cancer stenting (ROCS): A pragmatic randomized controlled trial evaluating the role of palliative radiotherapy in maintaining swallow.
title_sort Radiotherapy after esophageal cancer stenting (ROCS): A pragmatic randomized controlled trial evaluating the role of palliative radiotherapy in maintaining swallow.
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Mari Jones
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Douglas Adamson
Catharine Porter
Jane M. Blazeby
Gareth Owen Griffiths
Annmarie Nelson
Berni Sewell
Mari Jones
Tony Millin
John Staffurth
Thomas Crosby
Chris Hurt
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