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The preventive potential of organized cervical cancer screening among women in Manitoba, Canada A descriptive epidemiology of invasive cervical cancer and in situ cervical cancer, 1969-1998



The preventive potential of organized cervical cancer screening among women in Manitoba, Canada A descriptive epidemiology of invasive cervical cancer and in situ cervical cancer, 1969-1998



American Journal of Epidemiology 153(11 Supplement): S249, June 1




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