Vieira V, Aschengrau A, Ozonoff D:
"Impact of tetrachloroethylene-contaminated drinking water on the risk of breast cancer: Using a dose model to assess exposure in a case-control study",
Environmental Health 4 () : 1-7 (Feb 2005)
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