Impact d’une organisation régionale coordonnée pour sécuriser la prise en charge des patients sous anticancéreux oraux : CHIMORAL, une étude comparative

  title={Impact d’une organisation r{\'e}gionale coordonn{\'e}e pour s{\'e}curiser la prise en charge des patients sous anticanc{\'e}reux oraux : CHIMORAL, une {\'e}tude comparative},
  author={Christophe Maritaz and Nathalie Gault and Carine Roy and Florence Tubach and Sylvie Burnel and Jean Pierre Lotz},
  journal={Bulletin du Cancer},
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