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OncoRay – National Center for Radiation Research in Oncology conducts cancer research across the boundaries of disciplines and institutions for the benefit of patients. The vision its scientists pursue is to significantly improve the treatment of cancer by administering radiation therapy that is biologically-personalized and technically-optimized.


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Wohlfahrt P, Möhler C, Hietschold V, Menkel S, Greilich S, Krause M, Baumann M, Enghardt, W, Richter C.

Clinical implementation of dual-energy CT for proton treatment planning on pseudo-monoenergetic CT scans. IJROBP 97: 427–434, 2017

Priegnitz M, Barczyk S, Nenoff L, Golnik C, Keitz I, Werner T, Mein S, Smeets J, Vander, Stappen F, Janssens G, Hotoiu L, Fiedler F, Prieels D, Enghardt W, Pausch G, Richter

Towards clinical application: prompt gamma imaging of passively scattered proton fields with a knife-edge slit camera. Phys Med Biol 61:7881-7905, 2016.

Annett Linge; Fabian Lohaus; Steffen Löck; Alexander Nowak; Volker Gudziol; Chiara Valentini; Cläre von Neubeck; Martin Jütz;Inge Tinhofer; Volker Budach; Ali Sak; Martin Stuschke; Panagiotis Balermpas; Claus Rödel; Anca-Ligia Grosu; Amir Abdollahi; Jürge

HPV status, cancer stem cell marker expression, hypoxia gene signatures and tumour volume identify good prognosis subgroups in patients with HNSCC after primary radiochemotherapy: a multicentre retrospective study of the German Cancer Consortium Radia…

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