National Cervical Screening Program Renewal: Effectiveness modelling and economic evaluation in the Australian setting (Assessment Report).

@inproceedings{Lew2013NationalCS,
  title={National Cervical Screening Program Renewal: Effectiveness modelling and economic evaluation in the Australian setting (Assessment Report).},
  author={Jb Lew and Kathryn A. Simms and Michael Smith and Yk Kang and Xiwu Xu and Maria Victoria Caruana and Reg Walker and Karen Canfell},
  year={2013}
}

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