Treatment of rare cancers lags behind

28 February 2018

According to Carla van Herpen in a radio interview on NPO 1 in the context of Rare disease day.

As spokesman of the IKNL, van Herpen (theme Rare cancers) talked about the report on rare cancers that was published by IKNL.
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