(1993; 24 pages)
Self-Medication and Its Impact on Essential Drugs Schemes in Nepal: A Social-Cultural Research Project - EDM Research Series No. 010
World Health Organization
Kumud K. Kafle*
Ritu P. Gartoulla*
* Tribhuvan University, Institute of Medicine, Kathmandu, Nepal
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