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Regional Treatment Programmes and Cancer Registration

  • T. R. Möller
  • T. Landberg

Abstract

Optimal care must be uniformly available to all patients with cancer regardless of geographical location, man-power limitations, economic restrictions and variations in method of health care delivery.

Keywords

Cancer Care Testicular Cancer Cancer Registration Comprehensive Cancer Centre IARC Scientific Publication 
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  • T. R. Möller
  • T. Landberg

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