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A concentration of effort on tumor immunology, especially in the last decade, has generated a profusion of data on the existence, or lack thereof, of tumor antigens. The editors of these volumes have assumed the onerous task of coordinating current information into one package and orienting it towards the possibility of the immunologic diagnosis of malignant disease.
The two volumes consist of over 50 chapters written by 84 scientists. Most of the shortcomings of these basically useful and interesting volumes may be due to this. In their laudable effort to provide comprehensive coverage of the subject, the editors have invited
Immunodiagnosis of Cancer.. Ann Intern Med. 1980;92:456. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-92-3-456_3
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