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ASCO 2017 – Update Neuroendokrine Neoplasien (S. 18–22)
Christian Fottner und Matthias M. Weber, Mainz 

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Nebenwirkungsmanagement durch Komplementärmedizin (S. 33–37)
Petra Voiss, Essen

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UPDATE
Die rezessive Variante des Lynch-Syndroms – der Wolf im Schafspelz: Biallelische (Constitutionelle) Mismatch-Repair Mutationen (BMMRD – CMMRD) (S. 46–50)
Gabriela Möslein, Wuppertal 

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