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Objective and self-reported cognitive dysfunction in breast cancer women treated with chemotherapy: a prospective study.

Bibliographic reference Biglia, N ; Bounous, V E ; Malabaila, A ; Palmisano, D ; Torta, Diana ; et. al. Objective and self-reported cognitive dysfunction in breast cancer women treated with chemotherapy: a prospective study.. In: European journal of cancer care, Vol. 21, no.4, p. 485-492 (2012)
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