About this series
This series provides up-to-date information on important topics in pediatric oncology, from the diagnosis and treatment of particular forms of disease through to, for example, radiation oncology, supportive care, and survivorship. The entire spectrum of clinical management is covered with the aim of equipping readers with the latest knowledge relevant to daily practice. In addition, clinical, methodological, and research issues are addressed. The series benefits from homogeneous design and consistently high quality of illustrations. The volume editors are internationally renowned authorities and contributing authors have been selected for their expertise in the subjects discussed. Pediatric Oncology will serve pediatric oncologists, fellows, and residents both as a comprehensive source of information and as a quick reference. The series will also be of interest to pediatricians and general practitioners.