Radiological Physics Center
The mission of the Radiological Physics Center (RPC) is to assure NCI and the Cooperative Groups that institutions participating in clinical trials deliver prescribed radiation doses that are clinically comparable and consistent.
This mission is accomplished by assessing the institution's radiotherapy programs, helping the institutions implement remedial actions, assisting the study groups in developing protocols and QA procedures, and informing the community of our findings.
Read more about Radiological Physics Center: Introduction, A Brief History of Cooperative Group Clinical Trial Quality Assurance
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