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Are the serious problems in cancer survival partly rooted in gatekeeper principles? An ecologic study

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Are the serious problems in cancer survival partly rooted in gatekeeper principles? An ecologic study. / Vedsted, Peter; Olesen, Frede.

I: British Journal of General Practice, Bind 61, Nr. 589, 01.08.2011, s. 508-12.

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abstract = "It is puzzling to note that British and Danish citizens have a poorer cancer prognosis than citizens from other countries, and this study hypothesises that their low cancer survival could be partly rooted in the gatekeeper function undertaken by general practice in these two countries.",
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