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Diet and cancer prevention: the Concerted Action Polyp Prevention (CAPP) Studies

  • J. Burn (a1), P. D. Chapman (a1), D. T. Bishop (a2) and J. Mathers (a3)
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* Corresponding author: Professor John Burn, fax +44 (0)191 222 7143, email john.burn@ncl.ac.uk

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Diet and cancer prevention: the Concerted Action Polyp Prevention (CAPP) Studies

  • J. Burn (a1), P. D. Chapman (a1), D. T. Bishop (a2) and J. Mathers (a3)

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