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Cicatrius (in)visibles : Cancer de pit and perspectives feministas. / Porroche-Escudero, Ana (Editor); Coll-Planas, Gerard (Editor); Riba, Caterina (Editor).

Vic : Eumo Editorial, Universitat de Vic, 2016. 240 p.

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Porroche-Escudero A, (ed.), Coll-Planas G, (ed.), Riba C, (ed.). Cicatrius (in)visibles: Cancer de pit and perspectives feministas. Vic: Eumo Editorial, Universitat de Vic, 2016. 240 p.

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Porroche-Escudero, Ana (Editor) ; Coll-Planas, Gerard (Editor) ; Riba, Caterina (Editor). / Cicatrius (in)visibles : Cancer de pit and perspectives feministas. Vic : Eumo Editorial, Universitat de Vic, 2016. 240 p.

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