Uptodate view on diagnostics and treatment of medullary thyroid cancer

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During last 4 years leading endocrine societies of the world published clinical recommendations on diag nostics and treatment of medullary thyroid cancer. The article covers most aspects of following patients with this pathology.

D O Gazizova

aspirant FGBU ENTs

D G Beltsevich

Email: beltsevich@rambler.ru
doktor med. nauk, gl. nauch. sotr. FGBU ENTs

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