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Cancer is a complex diagnosis that poses exceptional challenges for patients and medical staff and involves interdisciplinary teams. For oncologists, nurses and pharmacists, cancer treatment has a different focus, but all are committed to improving their patients’ quality of life. By continuously developing smart, innovative solutions and services that simplify and standardize procedures, we contribute to safer therapies. We focus on patients’ needs and involve them into their treatments while protecting health.
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