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  • Clinical Oncology and Error Reductionby Antonella Surbone; Michael Rowe

    Wiley 2015; US$ 99.95

    Clinical Oncology and Error Reduction fills a gap?the lack of a single volume on medical error in the vast field of cancer care?that has existed since a 1999 Institute of Medicine?s 1999 report introduced the term ?medical error? as a topic for doctors and patients alike. The volume, edited by Antonella Surbone, M.D., a clinical oncologist and Michael... more...

  • Cancer and Pregnancyby Antonella Surbone; Fedro Peccatori; Nicholas Pavlidis

    Springer 2007; US$ 259.00

    The concomitance of cancer and pregnancy is a biological paradox and one of the greatest challenges in the lives of young patients, their partners, and their families. It is also a challenge to oncologists, because the management of the pregnant cancer patient involves both mother and fetus. Ideally, oncologists, reproductive endocrinologists, obstetricians... more...

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