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Tumors of Childhood: A Clinical Treatise.

Am J Dis Child. 1974;128(1):126. doi:10.1001/archpedi.1974.02110260128044.
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Cancer in Childhood: The Ontario Cancer Treatment and Research Foundation, Proceedings of the 17th Clinical Conference. Edited by John O Godden, MD. Price, (not given). Pp 249. Ontario Cancer Treatment and Research Foundation, Toronto, 1973.

Cancer Diagnosis in Children. By LD Samuels, MD. Price, $26. Pp 131. Chemical Rubber Co Press, Cleveland, 1972.

The fascination and concern for cancer in children presents both the biological problems to be solved and the clinical challenges to be met. The pediatrician in practice is increasingly aware of the great research interest in malignant disease and the team of multidisciplinary cancer specialists and newly emerging oncologists who are available in regional or university cancer centers. Rather than providing him with more assurance in managing the cancer in his young patients, he may develop a sense of being outdistanced by these new developments and progress in radiation biology, chemotherapeutics, and immunotherapy. Simply stated, the pediatrician


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