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Antimicrobial de-escalation in septic cancer patients: is it safe to back down?Open access

Alla Paskovaty| Stephen M. Pastores| Zivile Gedrimaite| Natalie Kostelecky| Elyn R. Riedel| Susan K. Seo
Volume 41, Issue 11 / November , 2015

Pages 2022 - 2023

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