Correction: A case of malignant hyperlactaemic acidosis appearing upon treatment with the mono-carboxylase transporter 1 inhibitor AZD3965.

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Summary of "Correction: A case of malignant hyperlactaemic acidosis appearing upon treatment with the mono-carboxylase transporter 1 inhibitor AZD3965."

Since the publication of this paper the authors noticed an error in the listed authors, where Alexandros Siskos was listed as Alexandros Sitkos. This has now been corrected.


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Name: British journal of cancer
ISSN: 1532-1827


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