ONCOLOGY. Vol. 21 No. 7
Pediatric Cancers in the New Millennium: Dramatic Progress, New Challenges
LISA M. McGREGOR, MD, PhD
MONIKA L. METZGER, MD
ROBERT SANDERS, MD
VICTOR M. SANTANA, MD
Financial Disclosure: The authors have no significant financial interest or other relationship with the manufacturers of any products or providers of any service mentioned in this article.
The authors would like to thank Sharon Naron for expert editorial review, Catherine Billups for technical support in Figure 1, Dr. William Meyer for providing Figure 4, and Dr. Sheri Spunt for her suggestions.
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