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  15. Rodriguez ES, Thom B, Schneider SM. Nurse and Physician Perspectives on Patients With Cancer Having Online Access to Their Laboratory Results. Oncology Nursing Forum 2011;38(4):476
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  21. Atkinson NL, Massett HA, Mylks C, Hanna B, Deering MJ, Hesse BW. User-Centered Research on Breast Cancer Patient Needs and Preferences of an Internet-Based Clinical Trial Matching System. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2007;9(2):e13
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