Skin Cancer: Basic Science, Clinical Research and Treatment

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In the past two decades, considerable interest in skin cancer has developed in the public and scientific communities. There may have been several reasons for this: - The rise in the global incidence of cutaneous cancers - New molecular biology techniques resulting in a better understanding of pathogenesis and improved diagnostic procedures - The advent of new pathological entities, e. g., the endemic form of Kaposi's sarcoma - A constantly increasing range of therapeutic modalities, providing even more efficacious treatment ...

Skin Cancer: Basic Science, Clinical Research and Treatment 2011, Springer

ISBN-13: 9783642787737

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