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Current Problems in Cancer

Each bimonthly issue of Current Problems in Cancer presents a single-topic, in-depth discussion, usually focused on the integrated management of a particular type of cancer or on a problem faced in a wide variety of malignancies. Issues may explore a particular category of drugs, an emerging interventional technique, or rehabilitation/reconstruction. Extensive bibliographies allow readers to easily locate additional information on related topics. Current Problems in Cancer serves the wide spectrum of physicians who treat patients with neoplastic disease.

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    K. P. McMullen, MD

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Current Problems in Cancer
  • Journal
  • Imprint: MOSBY
  • ISSN: 01470272