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Late cardiac effects of anthracycline therapy for childhood cancer Left ventricular systolic dysfunction in asymptomatic patients



Late cardiac effects of anthracycline therapy for childhood cancer Left ventricular systolic dysfunction in asymptomatic patients



European Heart Journal 16(ABSTR SUPPL ): 509




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