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Efficacy of Alternative Antiandrogen Therapy for Prostate Cancer That Relapsed after Initial Maximum Androgen Blockade

By Joon Il Choi, Yun Beom Kim, Seung Ok Yang, Jeong Kee Lee and Tae Young Jung
Topics: Original Article
Publisher: The Korean Urological Association
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