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  1. REAP and WAVE: new tools to rapidly assess/discuss nutrition with patients.
    The Journal of nutrition, 2003
  2. A Primer on Ebola for Clinicians.
    Disaster Medicine & Public Health Preparedness, 2014
  3. The relationship between keloid growth pattern and stretching tension: visual analysis using the finite element method.
    Annals of plastic surgery, 2008
  4. Temporal integration and visual masking of dot patterns successively presented.
    Japanese psychological research, 1983
  5. The Zuni Life Skills Development Program: a school/community-based suicide prevention intervention.
    Suicide and life-threatening behavior, 2008
  6. Anti-programmed-death-receptor-1 treatment with pembrolizumab in ipilimumab-refractory advanced melanoma: a randomised dose-comparison cohort of a phase 1 trial.
    Lancet (London, England), 2014
  7. Histopathological features and their prognostic impact in nodular lymphocyte-predominant Hodgkin lymphoma - a matched pair analysis from the German Hodgkin Study Group (GHSG).
    British journal of haematology, 2014
  8. Fibroid growth and medical options for treatment.
    Fertility and sterility, 2014
  9. Generation of Functional Human Pancreatic β Cells In Vitro.
    Cell, 2014
  10. Keloid and hypertrophic scarring may result from a mechanoreceptor or mechanosensitive nociceptor disorder.
    Medical hypotheses, 2008

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