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Variation in referral practice and differential cancer outcome: a strong reason to reflect on whether current guidelines are fit for purpose or implemented effectively in primary care


, : Variation in referral practice and differential cancer outcome: a strong reason to reflect on whether current guidelines are fit for purpose or implemented effectively in primary care. Gut 63(4): 703-704


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PMID: 23965949

DOI: 10.1136/gutjnl-2013-305775


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