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A prospective randomized controlled trial to study the role of sulfasalazine in prevention of acute gastrointestinal toxicity associated with concurrent chemoradiation in carcinoma cervix

Pal Santanu, Adhikary Shyam Sundar, Bhattacharya Biswamit, Basu Joydeep, Ghosh Tanmoy, Patra Niladri Behari

Year : 2013| Volume: 2| Issue : 2 | Page no: 118-121

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