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mples of Caucasians, Asian-Americans, and African-Americans, "to make this study more valid and stronger."

Co-investigators include Hideki Enokida, MD, PhD, of SFVAMC, UCSF, and Kagoshima University, Japan; Hiroaki Shiina, MD, PhD, and Shinji Urakami, MD, of SFVAMC, UCSF, and Shimane University, Japan; Mikio Igawa, MD, of Shimane University, Japan; Tatsuya Ogishima, MD, Deepa Pookot, MS, Long-Cheng Li, and Z. Laura Tabatabai, MD, of SFVAMC and UCSF; Motoshi Kawahara, MD, and Masayuki Nakagawa, MD, PhD, of Kagoshima University, Japan; and Christopher J. Kane, MD, and Peter R. Carroll, MD, of SFVAMC and UCSF.


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Contact: Steve Tokar
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University of California - San Francisco
16-Jun-2005


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