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Cancer Management by Doaa Hashad

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Cancer Management
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Publisher: InTech
ISBN-13: 9789535106500
Number of pages: 94

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Cancer remains a major clinical challenge as a cause of death due to its frequent poor prognosis and limited treatment options in many cases. Cancer management book addresses various cancer management related topics including new approaches for early cancer detection and novel anti-cancer therapeutic strategies.

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