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SCHWERPUNKT: UROLOGISCHE TUMOREN

Aktuelle Aspekte in der Behandlung von Hodentumoren (S. 18–22)

Maximilian P. Brandt, Robert Dotzauer, Thomas Höfner

 

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PSYCHOONKOLOGIE
Einfluss fertilitätsprotektiver Maßnahmen auf die Psyche junger Krebspatientinnen (S. 40–43)
A. Doster, S. Ditz, A. Germeyer

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PHARMAFORUM
Urologische Tumoren: Immunonkologische Therapie etabliert sich bei GU-Tumoren (S. 56–57)

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