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A reply to Sakthiswary & Das (2011)

  • ANNE M. GROOL (a1), YOLANDA VAN DER GRAAF (a1), WILLEM P. TH. M. MALI (a2), THEO D. WITKAMP (a2), KOEN L. VINCKEN (a3) and MIRJAM I. GEERLINGS (a1)...
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Address for correspondence: Dr M. I. Geerlings University Medical Center Utrecht, Julius Center for Health Sciences and Primary Care, Stratenum 6.131, PO Box 85500, 3508 GA Utrecht, The Netherlands. (Email: m.geerlings@umcutrecht.nl)

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