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Highly Accessed FindIt@Stanford Articles

  1. Treatment of 4T1 metastatic breast cancer with combined hypofractionated irradiation and autologous T-cell infusion.
    Radiation Research, 2014
  2. Clonal evolution of pre-leukemic hematopoietic stem cells precedes human acute myeloid leukemia.
    Best Practice & Research Clinical Haematology, 2014
  3. Pathology of prostate cancer and focal therapy ('male lumpectomy').
    Anticancer research, 2009
  4. Towards evidence based medicine for paediatricians.
    Archives of disease in childhood, 2012
  5. From violence exposure to development of sexual risk in low-income urban girls: the role of psychopathology.
    Child psychiatry and human development, 2015
  6. Perceived norms and mental health help seeking among African American college students.
    The journal of behavioral health services & research, 2009
  7. Sociocultural predictors of psychological help-seeking attitudes and behavior among Mexican American college students.
    Cultural diversity & ethnic minority psychology, 2006
  8. Ethnicity, smoking status, and preterm birth as predictors of maternal locus of control.
    Clinical nursing research, 2015
  9. Genome-wide genotyping in Parkinson's disease and neurologically normal controls: first stage analysis and public release of data.
    Lancet neurology, 2006
  10. Healthcare costs among patients with excessive sleepiness associated with obstructive sleep apnea, shift work disorder, or narcolepsy.
    American health & drug benefits, 2014

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