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Council Report: The association between antipsychotic drugs and sudden death CR57. 1997. 51 pp. £7.50

  • Thomas R. F. Barnes (a1), Richard Farmer (a1), David King (a1), Malcolm Lader (a1) and John Price (a1)...
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Council Report: The association between antipsychotic drugs and sudden death CR57. 1997. 51 pp. £7.50

  • Thomas R. F. Barnes (a1), Richard Farmer (a1), David King (a1), Malcolm Lader (a1) and John Price (a1)...
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