Adult medulloblastoma: feasibility and effectiveness of utilising high-dose chemotherapy with autologous stem cell rescue in newly diagnosed patients (Letter)

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Collins, JT
Narayana, MJ
Morris, K
Casey, J
Inglis, P-L
Cheuk, R
Rajah, T
Robertson, T
Kennedy, GA
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2014
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We read with great interest the recent article by Wong et al., reporting their local experience of treatment of adult medulloblastoma including adjuvant chemotherapy based on paediatric protocols.

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Internal Medicine Journal

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44

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2

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Cardiovascular medicine and haematology

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Medicine, General & Internal

General & Internal Medicine

CRANIOSPINAL RADIOTHERAPY

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Collins, JT; Narayana, MJ; Morris, K; Casey, J; Inglis, P-L; Cheuk, R; Rajah, T; Robertson, T; Kennedy, GA, Adult medulloblastoma: feasibility and effectiveness of utilising high-dose chemotherapy with autologous stem cell rescue in newly diagnosed patients, Internal Medicine Journal, 2014, 44 (2), pp. 209-210

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