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  1. S4HARA: System for HIV/AIDS resource allocation.
    Cost effectiveness and resource allocation, 2008
  2. Long-term outcomes of cirrhosis in nonalcoholic steatohepatitis compared with hepatitis C.
    Hepatology, 2003
  3. Systolic heart failure and anesthetic considerations.
    International anesthesiology clinics, 2012
  4. A cognitive behavioral therapy intervention to promote weight loss improves body composition and blood lipid profiles among overweight breast cancer survivors.
    Breast cancer research and treatment, 2007
  5. Costs of critical care medicine.
    Critical care clinics, 2012
  6. Danger in the use of intrathecal methylene blue.
    JAMA: the Journal of the American Medical Association, 1960
  7. Delayed retraction of the pipeline embolization device and corking failure: pitfalls of pipeline embolization device placement in the setting of a ruptured aneurysm.
    Neurosurgery, 2013
  8. Circulating tumor cell clusters are oligoclonal precursors of breast cancer metastasis.
    Cell, 2014
  9. Conjugated estrogens/bazedoxifene (Duavee) for menopausal symptoms and prevention of osteoporosis.
    The medical letter on drugs and therapeutics, 2014
  10. Cost accounting of adult intensive care: methods and human and capital inputs.
    Critical care medicine, 1996

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