Red de seguridad para el cáncer | 19 DIC 16
¿Cómo mejorar la detección del cáncer en los pacientes con síntomas vagos?
En atención primaria, la red de seguridad para el cáncer sería sinónimo de "la mejor práctica"
Autor: Brian D Nicholson, David Mant, Clare Banhead.  BMJ 2016;355:i5515
INDICE:  1. Página 1 | 2. Referencias bibliográficas
Referencias bibliográficas

Referencias bibliográficas:

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