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The Social Medicine Reader, Volume II, Third Edition: Differences and Inequalities
Larry R. Churchill;
Sue E. Estroff;
Nancy M. P. King;
Barry F. Saunders;
Ronald P. Strauss;
Rebecca L. Walker
Duke University Press
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Politics, Institutions, and Care
2019. "Politics, Institutions, and Care", The Social Medicine Reader, Volume II, Third Edition: Differences and Inequalities, Jonathan Oberlander, Mara Buchbinder, Larry R. Churchill, Sue E. Estroff, Nancy M. P. King, Barry F. Saunders, Ronald P. Strauss, Rebecca L. Walker
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