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Spitz, Margaret R.; Nobel, Ernest P.; Cinciripini, Paul; Chamberlain, Robert, 1942-; Berry, Martha; Levin, Bernard, 1942-; Bevers, Therese; Wetter, David; Sellin, Rena V.; Walsh, Garrett L.; Epidemiologists; Pharmacogenomic Variants; Smoking; Tobacco Use Disorder; Receptors, Dopamine D2; Smoking Cessation; Tobacco Use Cessation; Bupropion; Clinical Trials as Topic; Cancer Survivors; Long Term Adverse Effects; Lung Neoplasms -- surgery; Photochemotherapy; Brachytherapy; Neoadjuvant Therapy.
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Hosemann, Sunni; Ruffin, Alison; Deming, Stephanie; and Walsh, Garrett L. MD, "OncoLog, Volume 43, Number 09, September 1998" (1998). OncoLog MD Anderson's Report to Physicians (All issues). 66.
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