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Changes in vitamin D and calcium metabolism markers in patients undergoing adjuvant chemotherapy for breast cancer

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Title
Changes in vitamin D and calcium metabolism markers in patients undergoing adjuvant chemotherapy for breast cancer
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BMC Cancer, July 2021
DOI 10.1186/s12885-021-08563-4
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Marie Viala, Nelly Firmin, Célia Touraine, Stéphane Pouderoux, Manon Metge, Lobna Rifai, Gilles Romieu, Hélène de Forges, Lise Roca, Séverine Guiu, Véronique D’Hondt, William Jacot

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#16,935,064
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#5,367
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