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Danish Breast Cancer Cooperative Group--DBCG: History, organization, and status of scientific achievements at 30-year anniversary

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Danish Breast Cancer Cooperative Group--DBCG: History, organization, and status of scientific achievements at 30-year anniversary. / Blichert-Toft, M.; Christiansen, Peter; Mouridsen, H.T.

I: Acta Oncologica, Bind 47, Nr. 4, 2008, s. 497-505.

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Blichert-Toft, M, Christiansen, P & Mouridsen, HT 2008, 'Danish Breast Cancer Cooperative Group--DBCG: History, organization, and status of scientific achievements at 30-year anniversary', Acta Oncologica, bind 47, nr. 4, s. 497-505.

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Blichert-Toft, M., Christiansen, P., & Mouridsen, H. T. (2008). Danish Breast Cancer Cooperative Group--DBCG: History, organization, and status of scientific achievements at 30-year anniversary. Acta Oncologica, 47(4), 497-505.

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Blichert-Toft M, Christiansen P, Mouridsen HT. Danish Breast Cancer Cooperative Group--DBCG: History, organization, and status of scientific achievements at 30-year anniversary. Acta Oncologica. 2008;47(4):497-505.

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Blichert-Toft, M. ; Christiansen, Peter ; Mouridsen, H.T. / Danish Breast Cancer Cooperative Group--DBCG: History, organization, and status of scientific achievements at 30-year anniversary. I: Acta Oncologica. 2008 ; Bind 47, Nr. 4. s. 497-505.

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