පිළිකාවට එරෙහිව ඖෂධීය කංසා


"පිළිකාවට එරෙහිව ඖෂධීය කංසා"
ලිපියෙහි දෙවන කොටස ළඟදීම බලාපොරොත්තුවන්න..

(මෙය www.cancer.gov වෙබ් අඩවියේ පලවූ ලිපියක් අනුසාරයෙන් සැකසූ ලිපියකි, මෙම ලිපිය සකස් කිරීමට උපයෝගී කරගත් පර්යේෂණ පත්‍රිකා පහතින් සඳහන් කර ඇත)

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