Small cell tumours in childhood: a review.

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The past decade has seen significant advances in the treatment of childhood malignancies accompanied by appreciable improvement in survival rates. Treatment programmes have been largely formulated to meet the specific characteristics of individual tumours, as well as being based on the extent of disease presented at diagnosis. In selecting the most… (More)

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@article{Variend1985SmallCT, title={Small cell tumours in childhood: a review.}, author={Sadick Variend}, journal={The Journal of pathology}, year={1985}, volume={145 1}, pages={1-25} }