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Textbook of Uncommon Cancer

by Derek Raghavan

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0471929212, Hardcover)

All oncologists look after patients with unusual tumours. Cancers can be described as uncommon because of their site within the human body or due to their specific type. Major textbooks on general oncology rarely devote more than one or two paragraphs to such cancers, and original research papers are rare. Therefore, a comprehensive and critical review on many of the rare tumours is essential to all oncologists.

Extensively revised, this new edition is the only comprehensive source of information available on uncommon cancers. The reference features a new section on paediatric tumours, with additional emphasis placed on the management of rare tumours. Compiled by experts in the field, this volume also provides recommended treatments to such tumours.

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