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Dual purpose: some cancer therapies used to treat autoimmune diseases


, : Dual purpose: some cancer therapies used to treat autoimmune diseases. Journal of the National Cancer Institute 96(8): 577-579


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PMID: 15100330

DOI: 10.1093/jnci/96.8.577


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