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Une « toxicité » sous-estimée : les impacts psychosociaux des traitements sur les proches aidants principaux

Bibliographic reference Libert, Yves ; Merckaert, I. ; Etienne, A. -M. ; Farvacques, C. ; Lienard, A. ; et. al. Une « toxicité » sous-estimée : les impacts psychosociaux des traitements sur les proches aidants principaux. In: Oncologie, Vol. 9, p. HS26-HS36 (2007)
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