International Collaborative Study of Medical Care Utilization : the chronicle of a feasibility study, 1964-66 / conducted by Medical Care Research Unit, University of Manchester, United Kingdom ... [et al.]
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World Health Organization/International Collaborative Study of Medical Care Utilization & University of Manchester. Medical Care Research Unit. (1966). International Collaborative Study of Medical Care Utilization : the chronicle of a feasibility study, 1964-66 / conducted by Medical Care Research Unit, University of Manchester, United Kingdom ... [et al.]. Baltimore : Committee for International Collaborative Study of Medical Care Utilization. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/61144
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