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Poster Prognostic Significance of Human Papillomavirus Dna Finding in Primary Cervical Cancer and Pelvic Lymph Nodes in Cervical Cancer Patients



Poster Prognostic Significance of Human Papillomavirus Dna Finding in Primary Cervical Cancer and Pelvic Lymph Nodes in Cervical Cancer Patients



European Journal of Cancer 47: S534-S535




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DOI: 10.1016/s0959-8049(11)72112-8


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