Rate of death from cervical cancer among native Indian women in British Columbia

Band, Pierre R.; Gallagher, Richard P.; Threlfall, William J.; Hislop, Thomas G.; Deschamps, Michèle; Smith, John
December 1992
CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;12/15/1992, Vol. 147 Issue 12, p1802
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