CancerLit


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CancerLit

Oncology The NCI's bibliographic database of published research that contains compilations of select citations and brief reviews on cancer topics: wwwicic.nci.nih.gov/canlit/canlit.htm

CANCERLIT

(kan′sĕr-lit″) [ cancer + lit(erature)]
A database of published information about cancer, including its causes, pathophysiology, diagnosis, and treatment.
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Produced by the National Cancer Institute, CANCERLIT contains over 1,000,000 references to published journal articles, meeting abstracts, government reports, monographs, and other sources covering cancer and related topics, such as carcinogenesis, clinical and experimental therapies, and physiology.
Searching CANCERLIT has never been easier," according to Reece.
Other specialized databases accessible through HealthGate include: AIDSDRUGS, AIDSTRIALS, BIOETHICSLINE, Health Planning and Administration (HEALTH), MDX Health Digest, and CANCERLIT.
AIDS DRUGS, AIDSLINE, AIDSTRIALS, BIOETHICSLINE, HealthPlanning and Administration (HEALTH), and MEDLINE are produced by the National Library of Medicine, CANCERLIT is a service of the National Cancer Institute.
Accessing accurate and new information quickly has become critical to effectively taking care of patients, and clinicians are relying more and more on computer-based information programs such as AIDSLINE, CANCERLIT, MEDLINE, ONCOLINK, and the Internet to gain this information.