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Gap in the adult treatment of childhood cancer surviving - drugdiscovery.com
Gap in the adult treatment of childhood cancer surviving - drugdiscovery.com


Many primary doctors feel to be irresponsible in treating childhood cancer survivors. In the past few decades children have more and more chance to survive tumors. However, there is a gap in the system, as the growing number of adult survivors are still difficult to treat.
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