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Cancer: Clinical Science in Practice

The study of cancer has progressed rapidly in recent years as a result of new molecular and genetic techniques. This series sets out to provide an authoritative collection of volumes covering the broad range of issues at the interface between basic science and clinical practice in medical and surgical oncology. Topics covered will range from molecular mechanisms through to the scientific aspects of clinical managements, with an emphasis on innovation in diagnosis and treatment.

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