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Glioblastoma by Steven De Vleeschouwer (ed.)

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Glioblastoma
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Publisher: Codon Publications
ISBN-13: 9780994438126
Number of pages: 452

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Glioblastoma is the commonest and the most lethal brain tumor. In this book 71 experts from around the globe come together to give a timely, unique and exhaustive compilation of preclinical and clinical knowledge and concepts of glioblastoma under three sections: understanding glioblastoma in the lab; managing glioblastoma in the clinic; and upcoming cutting-edge innovations.

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