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Surgery for Primary Central Nervous System Lymphoma: Is It Time for Reevaluation?

A recent analysis of the G-PCNSL-SG-1 trial shows that the survival of patients with primary central nervous system lymphoma may actually be prolonged if tumors are resected.

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