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Volum 21 Numarul 2, 2015

AbstrAct book the 25 th Annual congress of romanian society for radiotherapy and Medical oncology (rsrMo) Sibiu, 15-17 october, 2015

Romanian society for radiotherapy and Medical oncology working to improve quality of cancer care

By VIORICA NAGY, MD, PhD, Professor and head of the Oncology-radiotherapy Department at the University of Medicine and Pharmacy “Iuliu Haţieganu” in Cluj-Napoca, Romania and the head of the Radiotherapy III Department at the Oncology Institute “Prof. Dr. Ion Chiricuţă” in Cluj-Napoca, Romania and DIRCK RADES, MD, head of the Department of Radiation Oncology, University-Hospital Schleswig-Holstein, Campus Lübeck, Germany Published in ASTRONEWS. Winter 2013

The Romanian Society for Radiotherapy and Medical Oncology (RSRMO) (initially named the Romanian Society for Radiation Oncology) was established in the Institute of Oncology “Ion Chiricuta” Cluj-Napoca on October 8, 1991 at the initiative of Prof. Dr. Nicolae Ghilezan, with 28 radiotherapists as founding members. It is a dedicated professional society for radiotherapy but open to individuals in all oncology specialties (surgeons, biologists, medical oncologists, pathologists, physicists, radiotherapy technologist, etc). In 2010 the General Assembly of the society decided to change the name to the Romanian Society for Radiotherapy and Medical Oncology (RSRMO) due to the increasing number of medical oncologist members and increased financial support from this branch of the profession. The Romanian Society for Radiotherapy and Medical Oncology (RSRMO) (http://www.srrom.ro) is a nonprofit, nonpolitical professional organization having its domicile in Cluj-Napoca (Figure 2), with 246 current active members