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  2. Merson S, Yang ZH, Brewer D, Olmos D, Eichholz A, McCarthy F, G, Fisher, Kovacs G, Berney DM, Foster CS, Møller H, Scardino P, Cuzick J, Cooper CS, Clark JP on behalf of the Transatlantic prostate cancer Group. Focal amplification of the androgen receptor gene in hormone-naïve human prostate cancer. [under review]

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