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Evaluation of Different Methods of Treatment of Cervical Carcinoma

  • O. Käser
  • A. Castaño y Almendral
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Abstract

Cure of cancer of the cervix depends first on the nature and extent of the tumor, second to a lesser degree on the skill and experience of the therapist, and third to some extent on the modalities of treatment [21].

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Cervical Cancer Uterine Cervix Book Publ Early Lesion Recurrent Carcinoma 
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  • O. Käser
  • A. Castaño y Almendral

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