Evaluation of subcutaneous proleukin (interleukin-2) in a randomized international trial (ESPRIT): Geographical and gender differences in the baseline characteristics of participants

Sarah L. Pett, H. Wand, M. G. Law, R. Arduino, J. C. Lopez, B. Knysz, L. C. Pereira, S. Pollack, P. Reiss, G. Tambussi, Donald I. Abrams, David A. Cooper, Janet H. Darbyshire, William R. Duncan, Sean Emery, H. Clifford Lane, Sandra Lehrman, Jens D. Lundgren, James D. Neaton, Liliana AguilarEleonora Betina Angel, Silvia Aquilia, Waldo Belloso, Jorge Benetucci, Victor Bittar, Pedro Cahn, Arnaldo Casiro, Jorge Contarelli, Jorge Corral, Lucia Daciuk, Daniel David, Ferrari Ines, Diego Fridman, Viviana Galache, Graciela Guaragna, Silvina Ivalo, Hector Laplume, Maria B. Lasala, Roberta Lattes, Jaime Lasovsky, Gustavo Lopardo, Marcelo Losso, Leonardo Lourtau, Sergio Lupo, Aldo Maranzana, Cristina Marson, Lucila Massera, Marisa del Lujan Sanchez, Carla Somenzini, Mariel Tocci, Sally Algar, Jonathan Anderson, David Austin, David Baker, Kathy Blavius, Mark Bloch, Michael Boyle, David Bradford, Leah Carrall, Andrew Carr, John Chuah, Michael Curry, Clive D'Arcy-Evans, Pauline Dobson, Nicholas Doong, Wendy Ferguson, Robert Finlayson, Martyn French, Julian Gold, Philip Habel, Jennifer Hoy, Jeff Hudson, Robyn James, Sarangapany Jeganathan, Jenny Leung, Kaye Lowe, Karen MacRae, Simon Mallal, Marilyn McMurchie, Nicholas Medland, Anne Mijch, Samantha Miller, Jo Murray, David Orth, Julie Patching, Ruth Primrose, Dick Quan, Michael Rawlinson, Hugo Ree, Robyn Richardson, Gary Rogers, Janine Roney, Norman Roth, David Shaw, Tuck Meng Soo, David Sowden, Alison Street, Alan Street, Robyn Vale

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