CC BY-NC-ND 4.0 · South Asian J Cancer 2019; 08(02): 079-101
DOI: 10.4103/sajc.sajc_23_19
Letter to Editor

Immunotherapy-induced interstitial lung disease: Cases report

Waseem Abbas
Department of Medical Oncology, Max Institute of Cancer Care
Max-Super Speciality Hospital Shalimarbagh, New Delhi
,
Ranga Raju Rao
Department of Medical Oncology, Max Institute of Cancer Care
Max-Super Speciality Hospital Shalimarbagh, New Delhi
,
Vineet Govinda Gupta
Department of Medical Oncology, Max Institute of Cancer Care
Max-Super Speciality Hospital Shalimarbagh, New Delhi
,
Swati Popli
Department of Medical Oncology, Max Institute of Cancer Care
Max-Super Speciality Hospital Shalimarbagh, New Delhi
› Author Affiliations
Financial support and sponsorship: Nill.


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Publication Date:
21 December 2020 (online)

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