Relations between amount and type of alcohol and colon and rectal cancer in a Danish population based cohort study

Pedersen, A.; Johansen, C.; Grønbæk, M.
June 2003
Gut;Jun2003, Vol. 52 Issue 6, p861
Academic Journal
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