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Incidence differences for gallbladder cancer between occupational groups suggest an etiological role for alcohol


, : Incidence differences for gallbladder cancer between occupational groups suggest an etiological role for alcohol. International Journal of Cancer 116(3): 492-493


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PMID: 15800949

DOI: 10.1002/ijc.21055


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