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1  What is the purpose of MedPhys Files?
    Preview: Nathan Childress started this website to supplement the available online resources for medical physicists. Specifically, there wa ...
2  Is FDA approval required to post files?
    Preview: Not unless you specifically state that the files are for clinical use. By default, all files are distributed under the MIT licens ...
3  What is the maximum file size for uploaded files?
    Preview: 20 MB. If you have a larger file, you can either make a link to it on another website, or email me to discuss other possibilities ...
4  Are files I post automatically part of the public domain?
    Preview: Yes. Unless you specify otherwise, all files on this website are assumed to use the MIT license (below). This gives users permis ...
5  Can I remove files I post?
    Preview: Yes. However, if they were posted with the default MIT license, it may be possible for others that have previously downloaded the ...
6  Will any of my personal information be sold or given away?
    Preview: Absolutely not. ...
7  What if some lazy and/or diminished intelligence physicist copies my work?
    Preview: Files are distributed as research and educational tools, meaning that if physicists want to clinically implement any small part of ...
8  What should I do if I find an error in a published file?
    Preview: All files are distributed without any fitness guarantee, so it is likely that they have errors. When you find one, you have many ...
9  How do I upload files?
    Preview: 1. Register a username. This requires a valid email address for security reasons. 2. Click the “Add download” link ...
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