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Cancer drug development in Europe: A selection of new agents under development at the European Drug Development Network

Bibliographic reference Lacombe, Denis ; Butler-Smith, A ; Therasse, Patrick ; Fumoleau, P ; Burtles, S ; et. al. Cancer drug development in Europe: A selection of new agents under development at the European Drug Development Network. In: Cancer Investigation, Vol. 21, no. 1, p. 137-147 (2003)
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