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The author has succeeded in producing a stimulating textbook on the significant features of the cancer cell. Skillfully compounded and balanced, this edition contains an immense amount of facts, statistics and thoughts about many types of cancer from various viewpoints.
The first five chapters are technical and deal chiefly with the microscopic and biochemical characteristics of malignant cells as compared to benign tumor cells. The internist not oriented to microscopy will find ample examples and explanations of the morphologic changes occurring within the cytoplasm and nuclear substance.
The major portion of the text has a clinical import in that many
Cancer Cells.. Ann Intern Med. 1956;44:1045–1046. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-44-5-1045_2
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