Colorectal cancer early detection program integrated in practice of family physicians

Pribić, Sanda; Trtica-Majnarić, Ljiljana; Gmajnić, Rudika; Lukić, Marko; Prlić, Nada
February 2011
Medicinski Glasnik;Feb2011, Vol. 8 Issue 1, p31
Academic Journal
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