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Published on 23.12.13 in Vol 15, No 12 (2013): December

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Works citing "A Lot of Action, But Not in the Right Direction: Systematic Review and Content Analysis of Smartphone Applications for the Prevention, Detection, and Management of Cancer"

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  1. Genova J, Olson CA, Bender J. Transformative Healthcare Practice through Patient Engagement. 2017. chapter 7:163
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