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RadioModels 2.11.3 Crack [Mac/Win] [March-2022] RadioModels Quantitative Mathematical Models in Radiation Oncology is a simple to use, free, educational tool that allows you to observe and assess the effects of radiation therapy in cancer patients. The software is an educational instrument dedicated to calculating dosimetry and complications risks, given certain parameters. Study models and individual cases The software offers several study methods for radiogenic cancer treatment risks and dose fractionation. It also features several mathematical formulas that enable you to estimate the effects of relative and absolute risks in a high number of patients. You may thus easily observe the ERR (Excess Relative Risk), EAR (Excess Absolute Risk) and LAR (Lifetime Attributable Risk). You may easily analyze the effects of treatment in several cases of breast cancer, such as Breast Fibrosis Risk after Radiotherapy or Ipsilateral Breast Tumor Recurrence. 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