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Smartphone Application WeChat for Clinical Follow-up of Discharged Patients with Head and Neck Tumors: A Randomized Controlled Trial

Lyu Ke-Xing, Zhao Jing, Wang Bin, Xiong Guan-Xia, Yang Wei-Qiang, Liu Qi-Hong, Zhu Xiao-Lin, Sun Wei, Jiang Ai-Yun, Wen Wei-Ping, Lei Wen-Bin

Year : 2016| Volume: 129| Issue : 23 | Page no: 2816-2823

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