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Neoplasms, Radiation-Induced

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  • The risk of radiation-induced cancer to space travelers outside the earth's magnetosphere will be of concern on missions to the Moon and beyond to Mars [7].
  • The possibility of radiation-induced cancer in SCH is small, and the advantage of radiation therapy compares favourably with the risks of other treatments [8].


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