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Advanced Breast Cancer: Diagnosis and Treatment

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Advanced Breast Cancer: Diagnosis and Treatment

Publisher: National Collaborating Centre for Cancer
ISBN/ASIN: 0955826535
ISBN-13: 9780955826535
Number of pages: 122

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These guidelines have been developed to help all those involved in the management of advanced breast cancer, including patients, carers and healthcare professionals. We have tried to concentrate on those areas where it was felt uncertainty or practice variation currently exists.

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