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Frederick Pei Li - bibliography

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American physician, born 1940, Canton, China.


  • F.P. Li:
    Phenotypes, genotypes, and interventions for hereditary cancers.
    Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers and Prevention, Baltimore, 1995, 4:579-582.
  • A.F. Patenaude, L. Basili, D.L. Fairclough, and F.P. Li :
    Attitudes of 47 mothers of pediatric oncology patients towards genetic testing for cancer predisposition.
    Journal of Clinical Oncology, Duluth, Minnesota, in press.
  • J. A. Talcott, W.A. Thurber, A.F. Kantor, E.A. Gaensler, J.F. Danahy, K.H. Antman, and F.P. Li:
    Asbestos-associated diseases in a cohort of cigarette-filter workers.
    The New England Journal of Medicine, Boston, 1989, 321: 1220-1223.
  • J. Pelletier, W. Bruening, F.P. Li, D.A. Haber, T. Glaser, and D.E. Housman:
    WT1 mutations contribute to abnormal genital system development and hereditary Wilms' tumour. Nature, London, 1991, 353: 431-434. See also bilbiography for Joseph F. Fraumeni.

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