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John Marshall, MD, and John Neil Primrose, PhD, MBBS, on Biliary Tract Cancer: Results From the BILCAP Trial

2017 ASCO Annual Meeting

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John Marshall, MD, of Georgetown University, and John Neil Primrose, PhD, MBBS, of the University of Southampton, discuss the potentially practice-changing findings on adjuvant capecitabine for biliary tract cancer. (Abstract 4006)



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