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TROG 11.03 (P_LUNG GP)


Title: A Randomised Phase III Trial of High Dose Palliative Radiotherapy (HDPRT) Versus Concurrent Chemotherapy + HDPRT (C-HDPRT) in Patients with Good Performance Status, Locally Advanced/Small Volume Metastatic Non Small Cell Lung Cancer (NSCLC) Not Suitable for Radical Chemo-Radiotherapy

Final accrual:  76

Closed to follow-up date: 31 July 2018

Trial chair: Associate Professor Margot Lehman, Princess Alexandra Hospital, QLD 

Trial contact:
Adrienne See
Clinical Trial Coordinator
Princess Alexandra Hospital, QLD
Phone: +61 7 3176 9116

Primary sponsor: Trans Tasman Radiation Oncology Group (TROG)

Clinical trial registration:
Australian New Zealand Clinical Trials Registry (ANZCTR): ACTRN12612001211853

Trial documentation

Case Report Forms
Certificate of Currency

Quality Assurance

Radiation Therapy Quality Assurance Guidelines
RTQA Guidelines

QA Checklist - Post RT
QA Checklist - Chemotherapy


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