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If your institution has an IP-verified subscription with The Cancer Letter, click IP Login on our navigation bar. You will be taken directly to the latest issue. There is no need to enter any other login information.

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If your institution does not have an IP-verified subscription, please contact your library administrator.

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  • You should contact your network administrator to determine whether your institution’s proxy server is the source of the trouble.

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