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Significant changes in dietary intake and supplement use after breast cancer diagnosis in a UK prospective multicentre study

  • L. S. Velentzis (a1), S. F. Brennan (a2), J. V. Woodside (a2), M. R. Keshtgar (a3), A. J. Leathem (a1), A. Titcomb (a1), K. A. Perkins (a1), M. Mazurowska (a1), V. Anderson (a1), K. Wardell (a1) and M. M. Cantwell (a2)...
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Significant changes in dietary intake and supplement use after breast cancer diagnosis in a UK prospective multicentre study

  • L. S. Velentzis (a1), S. F. Brennan (a2), J. V. Woodside (a2), M. R. Keshtgar (a3), A. J. Leathem (a1), A. Titcomb (a1), K. A. Perkins (a1), M. Mazurowska (a1), V. Anderson (a1), K. Wardell (a1) and M. M. Cantwell (a2)...

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