Published 1982 by U.S. Dept of Health and Human Services, National Cancer Institute in Bethesda .
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|Statement||Frank W. McKay, Margot R. Hanson, Robert W. Miller.|
|Series||Monograph / National Cancer Institute -- 59, NIH publication -- 82-2435|
|Contributions||Hanson, Margot R., Miller, Robert W.|
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