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A summary of UK high dose rate brachytherapy practice in gynaecological cancer is presented. There appears to be relatively good uniformity in dose prescription and biological effective doses, which represents a considerable improvement from the findings of a previous report of UK low dose rate brachytherapy practice in 1991. Individual details of the dose schedules used at each treatment centre are presented.


Journal article


British Journal of Radiology

Publication Date





371 - 377