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  1. Long-term outcomes of cirrhosis in nonalcoholic steatohepatitis compared with hepatitis C.
    Hepatology, 2003
  2. 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
  3. 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
  4. Excimer laser for psoriasis: a review of theories regarding enhanced efficacy over traditional UVB phototherapy.
    Journal of drugs in dermatology, 2007
  5. Near-infrared fluorescence imaging: emerging applications in robotic upper urinary tract surgery.
    European urology, 2014
  6. Programming CMV for vaccine vector design.
    Nature biotechnology, 2013
  7. At the heart of an early psychosis centre: the core components of the 2014 Early Psychosis Prevention and Intervention Centre model for Australian communities.
    Australasian psychiatry, 2014
  8. Averting obesity and type 2 diabetes in India through sugar-sweetened beverage taxation: an economic-epidemiologic modeling study.
    PLoS Medicine, 2014
  9. Circulating tumor cell clusters are oligoclonal precursors of breast cancer metastasis.
    Cell, 2014
  10. Clinical characteristics and treatment outcomes of autoimmune-associated hemophagocytic syndrome in adults.
    Arthritis & rheumatology, 2014

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