Do Cancer Patients Fully Understand Clinical Trial Participation? A Pilot Study to Assess Informed Consent and Patient Expectations
Wray, Ricardo J.
Stryker, Jo Ellen
Emmons, Karen M.
Journal of Cancer Education 2007 Spring; 22(1): 21-24
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