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Reply to Comment on the London/Toronto Study

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  02 January 2018

Isaac M. Marks*
Affiliation:
Institute of Psychiatry, London SE5 8AF
Richard P. Swinson
Affiliation:
Toronto General Hospital and University of Toronto, Canada
Metin Başoǧlu
Affiliation:
Institute of Psychiatry, London
Homa Noshirvani
Affiliation:
Institute of Psychiatry, London
Klaus Kuch
Affiliation:
Toronto General Hospital and University of Toronto
Geraldine O'Sullivan
Affiliation:
Institute of Psychiatry, London
Paul T. Lelliott
Affiliation:
Institute of Psychiatry, London
*
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