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Biological agents or "biologics" are widely used in oncology practice for cancer treatment and for the supportive management of treatment-related side effects. Unlike small-molecule generic drugs, exact copies of biologics are impossible to produce because these are large and highly complex molecules produced in living cells. The term "biosimilar" refers to(More)
A woman in her 40s originally from Zimbabwe presented to our accident department in the UK with a 4 day history of menorrhagia and exertional chest pain. Her clinical examination was unremarkable. Routine blood tests revealed a haemoglobin value of 6.8 g/dl and a platelet count of 15×10(9)/l, with normal renal function and coagulation profile. Blood film(More)
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