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Date:6/13/2013

OSLO, Norwegen, June 13, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --

http://www.Oncolex.org ist eine nicht gewinnorientierte Online-Informationsquelle zu Krebs, die Medizinern aktuelle und detaillierte Informationen zur Behandlung von Krebserkrankungen bietet. Da die Website sich ständig unter direkter Mitarbeit anerkannter medizinischer Spezialisten weiterentwickelt, bleibt Oncolex in Bezug auf neuartige Behandlungen und Technologien, die das Gebiet der Krebsdiagnose und -behandlung transformieren, stets auf dem neuesten Stand. Für jeden Krebstyp werden Diagnose, Behandlung und Nachbehandlung anhand von Textbeiträgen, Illustrationen, Animationen, Foto- und Videomaterialien gründlich erläutert. Norweger nutzen Oncolex seit 2006; diese einzigartige Ressource ist jetzt auch in englischer Sprache verfügbar.

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Oliver Bogler, Professor für Neurochirurgie am MD Anderson Cancer Center, erklärt:
"MD Anderson ist begeistert von der Zusammenarbeit mit unseren Partnern von der Universitätsklinik Oslo an der Bearbeitung der Inhalte von Oncolex. Wir sind stolz darauf, an diesem wegweisenden Beitrag zu dieser neuen Art von Krebsressource teilzuhaben, und freuen uns über die Möglichkeiten, die sie für die Weiterbildung von Krebsspezialisten aus aller Welt bietet."

Inhalt

Oncolex enthält theoretische und praktische Informationen zur Behandlung unterschiedlicher Krebsformen, darunter Beschreibungen der Vorgehensweise bei der Diagnose, Prognose, Chirurgie sowie der medikamentösen Behandlung und der Strahlentherapie. Es werden alle Krebsarten abgedeckt; dabei werden Verfahren zur Krebsdiagnose sowie zur Bes
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