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Demographic differences in cervical cancer survival in Lithuania


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  • Cancer Control and Prevention Centre, Institute of Oncology Vilnius University, LT-08660, Vilnius, Lithuania
  • Cancer Control and Prevention Centre, Institute of Oncology Vilnius University, LT-08660, Vilnius, Lithuania
  • Cancer Control and Prevention Centre, Institute of Oncology Vilnius University, LT-08660, Vilnius, Lithuania


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