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Knowledge, attitude, and practices of primary health care physicians toward colorectal cancer screening

Mosli Mahmoud, Alnahdi Yaser, Alghamdi Abdusalam, Baabdullah Mohammad, Hadadi Afnan, Khateery Khaleel, Alsulami Ibrahim, AlHoqail Abdulaziz, Almadi Majid, Jawa Hani, Aljahdli Emad, Bazarah Salem, Qari Yousif

Year : 2017| Volume: 23| Issue : 6 | Page no: 330-336

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