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This Congress will embrace various specialities pertinent to the stereotactic radiosurgery (SRS) and stereotactic body radiotherapy (SBRT). It will encompass the topics ranging from basic research to bench application. The goals of this exciting congress are to provide a comprehensive update on the latest research in brain radiosurgery for metastases, benign tumors and functional disorders. There are several randomized trials being presented from leading institutions worldwide. With the growth of spine radiosurgery and the use of SBRT in other body sites, we dedicated a full day of research and development in the program that expands the scope of ISRS. In addition, education session is designed to provide the the latest information about SRS and SBRT to help the trainees and the established practitioners as well.

In this Congress, Congress, 320 abstracts are accepted for presentation. There will be 205 abstracts for the oral presentations in sessions, and more than 90 posters are exhibited throughout the sessions of Congress. Two abstracts will be chosen for Best Poster Award and Young Investigator Award with cash prizes.

12th ISRS Congress 2015 in Yokohama, Japan

The 12th Congress will take place in Yokohama, Japan, in 2015.

Everyone is encouraged to report the experience and results of original research in stereotactic radiosurgery and SBRT, and any related fields that have not been published whole or in part elsewhere. Details of 2015 ISRS Congress will be announced.

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