Mechanism of Anti-Cancer Therapy Alopecia: An Achievement

  • Vatsul Sharma
Keywords: Editorial, Alopecia, Taxane, Chemotherapy

Abstract

Editorial Comment by Dr. Vatsul Sharma, Editor-in-Chief, International Healthcare Research Journal (IHRJ)

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Vatsul Sharma

Editor-in-Chief, International Healthcare Research Journal (IHRJ)

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Published
2019-12-20
How to Cite
Vatsul Sharma. (2019). Mechanism of Anti-Cancer Therapy Alopecia: An Achievement. International Healthcare Research Journal, 3(9), 281-282. https://doi.org/10.26440/IHRJ/0309.12002