The role of IGF-pathway biomarkers in determining risks, screening, and prognosis in lung cancer
Oncotarget, February 2022
Alexander W. Pohlman, Hita Moudgalya, Lia Jordano, Gabriela C. Lobato, David Gerard, Michael J. Liptay, Christopher W. Seder, Jeffrey A. Borgia
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