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The costs of the equipment that is presently available is not prohibitive; the major issue is whether it performs as well as we would like. In Table I, the steps are outlined that I believe are necessary in trying to take a therapeutic modality based on devices through a process aimed at determining the clinical efficacy and impact. In this Table, the first step is to develop the equipment based on specifications that came from the biological rationale. The equipment should then be evaluated in phantoms and animals and at this point a decision should be made about whether the equipment meets the specifications.
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Congress Proceedings. Radiation Research: A Twentieth-Century Perspective by Martha Edington, William Dewey, Michael Fry, William C. Dewey