Sender, Rachel; Workman, Stephen; Myers, Robert E.; Muckle, T.J.; Barron, Philip; Willard, Peter; Fingerote, Robert J.; Higgins, Brian P.; Chaudry, Ruhee; Goel, Vivek; Sawka, Carol; Pritchard, Kathleen I.; Levine, Mark; Walley, Barbara; Mariotto, Aldo; Miller, Anton R.
July 2001
CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;7/24/2001, Vol. 165 Issue 2, p147
Academic Journal
Presents correspondence between medical practitioners as of July 24, 2001. Condition of women treated for breast cancer at teaching hospitals; Handling raloxifene; Nonclinical factors in patient selection for surgery; Responses.


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