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329 Early blood cell count test (BCT) for survival prediction for non-small cell lung cancer patients treated with atezolizumab: integrated analysis of 4 multicenter clinical trials
Journal for Immunotherapy of Cancer, November 2021
Jian-Guo Zhou, Ada Hang-Heng Wong, Haitao Wang, Su-Han Jin, Fangya Tan, Yu-Zhong Chen, Si-si He, Gang Shen, Benjamin Frey, Rainer Fietkau, Markus Hecht, Bo Shen, Hu Ma, Udo Gaipl
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