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Trends in scientific publications related to the field of onco-urology over the past 10 years

      Scientific research is permanently evolving and as a result, there is an exponential growth of published articles. The field of oncology is no exception to such phenomenon. In fact, this is one of the most productive areas of modern medicine in terms of scientific data. Oncological publications are highly diversified with original or review articles reporting epidemiological, fundamental, translational or clinical results. Notably, there are numerous studies including randomized controlled trials with rigorous evaluation of systemic therapies or innovative surgical approaches.

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