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bar chart showing number of citations 2008 - 2021

Our work impacts international and national guidelines.

One example is that it has led to the development of new safer radiotherapy techniques. These new techniques result in the heart receiving lower radiation dose so fewer patients will die from the late effects of their radiation.

citations in guidelines

Since 2017, studies produced by our team have been cited over 40,000 times.

They have been primary references in major international guidelines including:

Organisation Guideline
UK National Institute for Clinical Excellence Breast Cancer Treatments
Royal College of Radiologists Breast Cancer Radiotherapy
Scottish Intercollegiate Guidelines Network Breast Cancer Treatments
Europe St Gallen International Consensus Breast Cancer Treatments
Danish Breast Cancer Group Breast Cancer Treatments
Italian Fondazione Italiana Linfomi Hodgkin's Lymphoma RT
German Cardiac Society Cardio-Oncology
European Society of Cardiology Cardio-Oncology
USA National Comprehensive Cancer Network Breast Cancer Treatments
American Society for Radiation Oncology Whole Breast Radiotherapy
Canada Cancer Care Ontario Breast Cancer Treatments
Australia Australian Government: Cancer Australia Breast Cancer Treatments
International International Cardio-Oncology Society Cardio-Oncology
International Lymphoma Radiation Oncology Group Lymphoma Proton Therapy


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