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re: rad onc books

Discussion in 'Radiation Oncology' started by Cobalt-60, May 25, 2008.

  1. Cobalt-60

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    does anybody have any good suggestions re: how to blow the remaining $300 of my internship book fund on Rad Onc books? (i already have gunderson + tepper, the old Hall, Roach's handbook, and Kahn).

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  3. qwert

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    anyone know places to buy cheap rad onc books? hall's radbio book is 119.00 on amazon
     
  5. radonc

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    get the new giaccia/hall, new handbook by haffty, imrt chao, peds halperin/kun,
     
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    get a drug rep to buy some for you.
     
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    I'm relatively new to radonc, so was wondering what any of you thought would be a good book to read or have for my 3 week radonc elective in August. Thanks in advance!
     
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    I had the smaller "baby" Perez (i.e. not the big $300+ dollar text) on my M3 rotation which served me pretty well. It is sorta in outline form so not so good to sit down and read but good for looking up a general overview of whatever particular case you are seeing. I think the real title is "Radiation Oncology: Management Decisions."
     

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