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Radiation Doses to All Salivary Glands Affect Patient-Reported Xerostomia and Quality of Life: A Longitudinal Study



Radiation Doses to All Salivary Glands Affect Patient-Reported Xerostomia and Quality of Life: A Longitudinal Study



International Journal of Radiation Oncology*biology*physics 99(2): E339-E340




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DOI: 10.1016/j.ijrobp.2017.06.1412


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