The Lancet

March 2019

Cancer

Country of origin: UK

The Lancet

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About The Lancet

The Lancet publishes a weekly journal and nine monthly specialty journals in the fields of global health, diabetes and endocrinology, oncology, neurology, psychiatry, respiratory medicine, haematology, HIV, and infectious diseases.

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