Intensity modulated radiotherapy in anal canal squamous cell carcinoma: Implementation and outcomes

Conclusion: In this report on IMRT in anal cancer from India, treatment was well tolerated with lower acute toxicity than reported in other prospective studies. Long-term results are at par with other published studies.
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