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Published on 19.10.17 in Vol 6, No 2 (2017): Jul-Dec

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  1. Crawford R, Sully K, Conroy R, Johnson C, Doward L, Bell T, Welch V, Peloquin F, Gater A. Patient-Centered Insights on Treatment Decision Making and Living with Acute Myeloid Leukemia and Other Hematologic Cancers. The Patient - Patient-Centered Outcomes Research 2020;13(1):83
  2. Kovalski LNS, Cardoso FB, D’Avila OP, Corrêa APB, Martins MAT, Martins MD, Carrard VC. Is the YouTube™ an useful source of information on oral leukoplakia?. Oral Diseases 2019;25(8):1897
  3. Kelly-Hedrick M, Grunberg PH, Brochu F, Zelkowitz P. “It’s Totally Okay to Be Sad, but Never Lose Hope”: Content Analysis of Infertility-Related Videos on YouTube in Relation to Viewer Preferences. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2018;20(5):e10199
  4. Kulkarni S, Lewis K, Arp Adams S, Brandt HM, Lead JR, Ureda JR, Fedrick D, Mathews C, Friedman DB. A Comprehensive Analysis of How Environmental Risks of Breast Cancer Are Portrayed on the Internet. American Journal of Health Education 2018;49(4):222