Dear ESTRO colleagues,
It is hard to believe that ESTRO 38 was two months ago. As promised,
most of the Corners in this edition of the newsletter have reports on
some of the presentations that were made in the various tracks at the
congress, and there are also interviews with awardees, statistics on the
congress and much more.
The Brachytherapy, Physics and RTT Corners shed light on what to expect
from the upcoming workshops in the autumn. These are opportunities not
to be missed for those wondering whether they should attend or not.
In the Radiobiology Corner, Laure Marignol discusses “Sex bias in radiobiology research”, which is an interesting read.
The Young Corner has some mobility reports, which are always useful for
sharing experiences from ESTRO members who have travelled to other
institutes to look at practices in the host departments.
As usual, the Health Economics Corner examines the issues around the
costs of healthcare. Bram Ramaekers looks at why we should care in his
article “Health economics is essential to maximise population health”.
Finally, this newsletter contains lots of information on other upcoming events. Read on and find out what is in store for you.
The ESTRO team