CancerNet

CancerNet

Oncology Information from NCI–eg, the PDQ database, sorted for the general public, health care providers, researchers
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More detailed information about these trials is available at the NCI Cancernet Clinical Trials Web site (http://cnetdb.
The National Cancer Institute has reviewcd the safety and efficacy of mistletoe as part of its CancerNet project (available at www.
The National Cancer Institute's CancerNet system is making valuable information available to thousands of patients and doctors.
Get answers to questions by phone, fax, or the CancerNet computer network.
As part of that networking, the NZNO Cancer Nurses' Section's national committee provides members with a quarterly newsletter Cancernet.
For example, PDQ, a database containing information about cancer treatment produced by the National Cancer Institute, is available through the Internet as Cancernet.
Knowledgebase also features a full drug reference, CancerNet cancer topics, and access to information from The National Organization of Rare Disorders.
This document is also available through the NCI's CancerFax and CancerNet services, and in the News Section of the PDQ database.
This document is available through the National Cancer Institute's CancerFax and CancerNet services, and in the NewsSection of the NCI's PDQ database.
CancerNet connects to a wide range of accurate, credible cancer information brought to you by the National Cancer Institute (NCI) CancerNet in formation is reviewed regularly by oncology experts and is based on the latest research.