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Efficacy and safety of consecutive chemotherapy treatments for elderly patients with advanced or recurrent gastric cancer.
T. Kusumoto
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E. Oki
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S. Hiroshige
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Y. Endo
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H. Uchida
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T. Matsumoto
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H. Takeuchi
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T. Matsushima
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