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The rapid progression and accumulation of knowledge concerning the chemotherapy of malignant disease in the past ten years has awakened the physician who encounters patients with incurable carcinoma to the need for information concerning the use of drugs in the treatment of disseminated cancer. In this book, Dr. Ansfield presents the results of his experiences and those of his co-workers at the University of Wisconsin, Division of Clinical Oncology over the past eight to ten years. In scope, this publication ranges from the development of cancer chemotherapy and drug evaluation to the subsequent utilization of some of the agents that have been effective in the management of specific solid tumors. In most instances the statements made are based upon the clinical trials and personal experiences of the author and may not be shared by all investigators in the field of chemotherapy. The text is easy to peruse and not excessive
Shnider BI. Chemotherapy of Disseminated Solid Tumors. Arch Intern Med. 1967;120(1):122. doi:10.1001/archinte.1967.00300010124028
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