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Cancer Management: A Multidisciplinary Approach

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Cancer Management: A Multidisciplinary Approach
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Publisher: CMP
ISBN/ASIN: 1891483358
ISBN-13: 9781891483356
Number of pages: 1070

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This illustrated handbook offers the latest facts on the management of all cancers. This fully indexed sourcebook expands on the most current techniques on screening, diagnosing, staging, prognoses, treatments, and outcomes. Written for both the clinician and patient, this volume also fully presents new information on just-approved FDA drugs and clinical trials.

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