Objective: The medical radiotherapeutic programme of the newly-established Oncological Centre in Kecskemet will be given. Methods: On the basis of the international and Hungarian recommendations, the most important organisational, infrastructural and personnel requirements will be outlined. Results: The 11 th Hungarian radiotherapeutic centre with two megavolt instruments, one after-loading device and subsidiary tools will serve a popuIation of 800 000 people with an annual new radiotherapeutic case incidence of 1500. Conclusion: The centre will play a decisive role in the cancer patient care of a previously radiotherapeutically unsupplied geographical area.
|Number of pages||6|
|Publication status||Published - Dec 1 1997|
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