Quality of life following lung cancer surgery

Myrdal, G.; Valtysdottir, S.; Lambe, M.; Stahle, E.
March 2003
Thorax;Mar2003, Vol. 58 Issue 3, p194
Academic Journal
Evaluates quality of life in lung cancer patients after open surgery. Methods; Results; Conclusion.


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