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Variation in the prevalence of gastric cancer in Perú.

Bibliographic reference Mendoza, Daniel ; Herrera, Phabiola ; Gilman, Robert H ; Lanfranco, Julio ; Tapia, Martín ; et. al. Variation in the prevalence of gastric cancer in Perú.. In: International Journal of Cancer, Vol. 123, p. 414-420 (2008)
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