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|Which Patients Might Benefit from Postmastectomy Radiotherapy in Breast Cancer Patients with T1-2 Tumor and 1-3 Axillary Lymph Nodes Metastasis?|
|Moonkyoo Kong, Seong Eon Hong|
|Cancer Research and Treatment. 2013;45(2):103-111. Published online 2013 June 30 DOI: https://doi.org/10.4143/crt.2013.45.2.103|
Which Patients Might Benefit from Postmastectomy Radiotherapy in Breast Cancer Patients with T1-2 Tumor and 1-3 Axillary Lymph Nodes Metastasis?
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