The MOMENTUM Study: The Multiple Outcome Evaluation of Radiation Therapy Using the MR-Linac Study

The MOMENTUM Study: The Multiple Outcome Evaluation of Radiation Therapy Using the MR-Linac Study

Conditions: Oncology; Breast Cancer; Prostate Cancer; Gynecologic Cancer; Brain Tumor; Brain Cancer; Gynecologic Tumor; Prostate Tumor; Prostate Neoplasm; Breast Tumor; Radiation Toxicity; Quality of Life; Rectal Cancer; Rectal Tumor; Rectal Neoplasms; Lung Cancer; Lung Tumor; Lung Neoplasm; Esophageal Cancer; Esophagus Cancer; Esophageal Tumor; Esophageal Neoplasm; Esophagus Tumor; Esophagus Neoplasm; Pancreatic Cancer; Pancreatic Tumor; Pancreatic Neoplasms; Head and Neck Cancer; Head and Neck Neoplasms; Head and Neck Tumor; Tumor; Neoplasms; Bladder Cancer; Bladder Neoplasm; Liver Cancer; Liver Neoplasms; Liver Metastases; Oligometastases
Interventions: Radiation: Radiation therapy
Sponsors: UMC Utrecht; The Netherlands Cancer Institute; Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre; M.D. Anderson Cancer Center; The Christie NHS Foundation Trust; Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust; Medical College of Wisconsin; Elekta Limited; Odense University Hospital; Radboud University Medical Center; Radiotherapiegroep; Jules Bordet Institute; University Hospital Tuebingen; Radiotherapeutic Institute Friesland; Allegheny Singer Research Institute (also known as Allegheny Health Network Research Institute); IRCCS Sacro Cuore Don Calabria di Negrar; Austin Health; Princess Margaret Hospital, Canada; Università degli Studi di Brescia
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