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Cancer: Principles and Practice of Oncology-Advances in Oncology

Vincent T. DeVita, Theodore S. Lawrence, Steven A. Rosenberg - Medical - 2010 - 427 pages
Introducing the first volume of a new series, Cancer: Principles & Practice of Oncology—Annual Advances in Oncology. This series of annual volumes will focus on the most ...
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Immunodeficient animals: models for cancer research

Wolfgang Arnold, Petra Köpf-Maier, Burkhard Micheel - Medical - 1996 - 229 pages
The classic immunodeficient mutants nude, scid and rnu have an important function in experimental cancer research: they allow unique methods of investigation and provide data ...
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Treatment of Cancer Fifth Edition

Pat Price, Karol Sikora, Tim Illidge - Medical - 2008 - 1488 pages
Since the first edition was published in 1982, Treatment of Cancer has become a standard text for postgraduate physicians in the UK and beyond, providing all information ...
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Basic Science of Oncology, Fifth Edition

Ian Tannock, Richard Hill, Robert Bristow, Lea Harrington - Medical - 2013 - 576 pages
Basic Science of Oncology, 5e is an engaging state-of-art review of cancer causation, cancer biology, and the biology underlying cancer treatment. The fifth edition features ...
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Gene Therapy in Cancer

Malcolm K. Brenner - Medical - 1996 - 256 pages
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Selected Aspects of Cancer Progression: Metastasis, Apoptosis and Immune ...

Hans E. Kaiser, Aejaz Nasir - Medical - 2008 - 250 pages
The processes of tumor metastasis, apoptosis and anti-tumor immune response are among the most complex yet rapidly advancing fields in the area of cancer research. This ...
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Metastasis

Lalage Wakefield, Kent W. Hunter - Medical - 2007 - 162 pages
"Metastasis is the most dreaded aspect of the carcinogenic process. More than ninety percent of all cancer deaths are attributable to the consequences of the primary tumor ...
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