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Parenté après cancer: options actuelles et espoirs pour l'avenir

Conférence multidisciplinaire Houston, 5–7 Mars 2004 Université du Texas — MD ANDERSON CANCER CENTER

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Huyghe, E. Parenté après cancer: options actuelles et espoirs pour l'avenir. Androl. 14, 226–228 (2004). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF03034800

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