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Pancreatic cancer: sources and notes

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- ALD 30 - Malignant neoplasm, malignant disease of lymphatic or hematopoietic tissue - Pancreatic cancer. Guide - Long-term affection. HAS. November 2010

- Levy P. Diseases of the pancreas, Sabinus-health, Medi-texy Editions 2006. Inca.

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