Research Papers in Physics and Astronomy

 

Date of this Version

May 2000

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Presented at 1st International Workshop on Space Radiation Research and 11th Annual NASA Space Radiation Health Investigators’ Workshop, Arona, Italy, May 27-31, 2000.
Published in Physica Medica - Vol. XVII, Supplement 1, 2001, pp.164-165.

Abstract

Unanticipated late effects in neutron and heavy ion therapy, not attributable to overdose, imply a qualitative difference between low and high LET therapy. We identify that difference as ‘ion kill’, associated with the spectrum of z/β in the radiation field, whose measurement we label ‘ion-kill dosimetry’.

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