Back pain: its management and cost to society
Jennifer Klaber Moffett, University of York. Centre for Health Economics, Health Economics Consortium, University of York. NHS Centre for Reviews & Dissemination
Centre for Health Economics, University of York, 1995 - Backache - 67 pages
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