National Comprehensive Cancer Network
January 18, 2019
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This updated version of the MCC Clinical Practice Guidelines has a new feature, ‘evidence blocks’, that summarize the efficacy, cost and quality of data that support the use of various therapies for MCC. This should help physicians and insurers to decide what therapies are indicated for patients in different situations.
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