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Oxygenation in Radiotherapy of Malignant Disease of the Upper Air Passages. Experiences with Hydrogen Peroxide Perfusion in Radiotherapy for Cancer of the Head and Neck



Oxygenation in Radiotherapy of Malignant Disease of the Upper Air Passages. Experiences with Hydrogen Peroxide Perfusion in Radiotherapy for Cancer of the Head and Neck



Proceedings of the Royal Society of Medicine 57: 639-641




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