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The feasibility of using natural language processing to extract clinical information from breast pathology reports

Buckley Julliette M, Coopey Suzanne B, Sharko John, Polubriaginof Fernanda, Drohan Brian, Belli Ahmet K, Kim Elizabeth M. H., Garber Judy E, Smith Barbara L, Gadd Michele A, Specht Michelle C, Roche Constance A, Gudewicz Thomas M, Hughes Kevin S

Year : 2012| Volume: 3| Issue : 1 | Page no: 23-23

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