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Sep-2012Late toxicities after conventional radiation therapy alone for nasopharyngeal carcinomaTuan, J.K.L.; Ha, T.C. ; Ong, W.S.; Siow, T.R.; Tham, I.W.K. ; Yap, S.P.; Tan, T.W.K.; Chua, E.T.; Fong, K.W.; Wee, J.T.S. 
1-Dec-2013Neoadjuvant chemotherapy followed by concurrent chemoradiation for locoregionally advanced nasopharyngeal carcinoma: Interim results from 2 prospective phase 2 clinical trialsKong, L.; Hu, C.; Niu, X.; Zhang, Y.; Guo, Y.; Tham, I.W.K. ; Lu, J.J. 
Oct-2012Outcomes following treatment for patients with cranial nerve involvement from nasopharyngeal cancerYap, M.L.; Choo, B.A. ; Chan, Y.H.; Lu, J.J. ; Mun Lee, K.; Tham, I.W.K. 
Nov-2012Outcomes of Intensity-modulated Radiotherapy for Prostate Cancer using an Empty Bladder ProtocolTuan, J.K.L.; Ha, T.C.; Ong, W.S.; Siow, T.R.; Tham, I.W.K. ; Ng, W.L.; Wang, M.L.C.; Chua, E.T.; Tan, T.W.K.
2013Phantom-based evaluation of isotropic reconstruction of 4-D MRI volumes using super-resolutionVan Reeth, E.; Tham, I.W.K. ; Tan, C.H. ; Poh, C.L.
Jan-2012Preoperative concomitant boost intensity-modulated radiotherapy with oral capecitabine in locally advanced mid-low rectal cancer: A phase II trialLi, J.-L.; Ji, J.-F.; Cai, Y.; Li, X.-F.; Li, Y.-H.; Wu, H.; Xu, B.; Dou, F.-Y.; Li, Z.-Y.; Bu, Z.-D.; Wu, A.-W.; Tham, I.W.K. 
23-Nov-2012Prognostic signifi cance of pre-treatment latent membrane protein 1 from nasopharyngeal swabs for stage III-IVA nasopharyngeal carcinomaGuo, Q.; Tham, I.W.K. ; Lin, S.; Su, Y.; Chen, Z.; Lin, J.; Han, L.; Lin, Q.; Pan, J.; Lu, J.J. 
Sep-2013Prognostic significance of expression of cyclooxygenase-2, vascular endothelial growth factor, and epidermal growth factor receptor in nasopharyngeal carcinomaPan, J.; Tang, T.; Xu, L.; Lu, J.J. ; Lin, S.; Qiu, S.; Chen, G.; Tham, I.W.K. 
2013Recombinant adenovirus-p53 (Gendicine) sensitizes a pancreatic carcinoma cell line to radiationLi, J.; Pan, J.; Zhu, X.; Su, Y.; Bao, L.; Qiu, S.; Zou, C.; Cai, Y.; Wu, J.; Tham, I.W.K.