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Carter, Brian; Cinciripini, Paul; Wetter, David; Gritz, Ellen R.; Lazev, Amy; Prokhorov, Alexander; Luca, Mario; Blalock, Janice; Escalante, Carmelita; Manzullo, Ellen F.; Weiser, Mary Ann; Ho, Vi; Tobacco Use Disorder; Smoking Cessation; Smoking; Nicotine; Behavior Therapy; Socioeconomic Factors; Adolescent; Emergency Medical Services; Lung Neoplasms; Dyspnea; Depression; Receptors, Dopamine D2.
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Wright, Kerry L.; Sutton, Ann; and Escalante, Carmelita MD, "OncoLog, Volume 47, Number 05, May 2002" (2002). OncoLog MD Anderson's Report to Physicians (All issues). 107.
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