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Patient preferences for treatments to delay bone metastases.

Bibliographic reference Hauber, A Brett ; Arellano, Jorge ; Qian, Yi ; González, Juan Marcos ; Posner, Joshua D ; et. al. Patient preferences for treatments to delay bone metastases.. In: The Prostate, Vol. 74, no.15, p. 1488-1497 (2014)
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