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v.309(6952); Aug 13, 1994
1994 August 13;
Cervical smear uptake rates.
K. Moser, J. Naish, and M. Chambers
This article has been corrected.
BMJ. 1994 September 10; 309(6955): 674
See the article"
Using patient and general practice characteristics to explain variations in cervical smear uptake rates.
" in volume 308 on page 1272.
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