Eurocare study prompts German cancer reminder:
This article was originally published in Clinica
The Robert Koch Institute in Berlin has urged German citizens to make better use of the free-of-charge facilities that are available for early cancer diagnosis. The reminder was prompted by the recently released Eurocare Study on the survival of cancer patients in Europe (see Clinica No 656, p 5).
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