Journal of Cancer Education

, 22:137 | Cite as

Cancer education and research in international settings: Challenges and opportunities



Breast Cancer Microsatellite Instability Breast Cancer Risk Factor International Setting Cancer Epidemiology 
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© American Association for Cancer Education 2007

Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.University of Michigan School of Poublic HealthAnn Arbor

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