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High BMI is significantly associated with positive progesterone receptor status and clinico-pathological markers for non-aggressive disease in endometrial cancer

By K K Mauland, J Trovik, E Wik, M B Raeder, T S Njølstad, I M Stefansson, A M Øyan, K H Kalland, T Bjørge, L A Akslen and H B Salvesen
Topics: Clinical Study
Publisher: Nature Publishing Group
OAI identifier: oai:pubmedcentral.nih.gov:3065282
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