ESF Network on Multiple Tumours in Oral Cancer - aetiology and clinical significance
within the framework of F-XF2152 - European Science Foundation (ESF). Duration 1998-2001. Implemented by U-XE5359 - ESF Standing Committee of the European Medical Research Councils (EMRC). Ceased to exist Jan 2001.
Test the hypothesis that, in addition to problems in the epithelial cells that line the mouth, both inductive and carcinogen-induced alterations in stromal cell behaviour also occur during the process of field cancerization.
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