Clinical Chemotherapy: Its Correlation with Experimental Models

  • S. K. Carter
Part of the Recent Results in Cancer Research book series (RECENTCANCER, volume 74)


The inputs into clinical trials are many and the possibilities for study are nearly infinite. The only way rational choices and priorities can be established is through the use of experimental models. Clinicians and experimentalists must develop a continuous dialogue so as to mutually develop their questions of importance for study.


Neck Cancer Testicular Cancer Trial Conflict Continuous Dialogue Squamous Cell Head 
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