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The use of regional punch cards for the study of remote treatment results in malignant tumors Problems of cancer control


, : The use of regional punch cards for the study of remote treatment results in malignant tumors Problems of cancer control. The use of regional punch cards for the study of remote treatment results in malignant tumors Problems of cancer control Primenenie kraevykh perfokart dlya izucheniya otdalennykh rezul'tatov lecheniya zlokachestvennykh novoo-brazovani In: Voprosy protivorakovoi bor'by Problems of cancer control 45-46


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