American Registry of Radiologic Technologists
"ARRT is the world’s largest credentialing organization that promotes high standards of patient care in radiologic technology." Students in the BC Radiation Therapy program are eligible to take the ARRT certification exam at the completion of the program.
BC Radiation Therapy Program
Learn more about the BC Radiation Therapy program. This website lists the prerequisites required to enter the program and the classes you will take in the two years it takes to fulfill the program requirements. You must be accepted into the program to take classes. To receive more information, phone 425-564-2316 and ask to be sent a program brochure.
OncoLink: Radiation Therapy
From the Abramson Center at the University of Pittsburg, this site features an overview of radiation therapy and how it is used in treatment. Be sure to click on "Resources" for more in-depth information. The OncoLink website is written for patients or the general public, so information is not overly technical.
Radiation Therapy for Cancer: Q & A
This Question & Answer sheet from the National Cancer Institute answers common questions about radiation therapy and its use in cancer treatment.
Radiation Research Program
A division of the National Cancer Institute, the Radiation Research Program "priorities, allocates resources, and evaluates the effectiveness of such radiation research being conducted by NCI grantees." Learn about current and cutting-edge research being done in the field of radiation therapy.
This National Library of Medicine information page provides an overview of radiation therapy and provides annotated links on research and clinical trials in the field, how to cope when you are undergoing treatment, dictionaries and glossaries, and directories for professional organizations in the field. In general, information found on this website is written for the patient perspective.
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June 9, 2010