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The price of health care for Medicare-ineligible asylum seekers in the community
Katina Kardamanidis and Bruce Armstrong
Med J Aust 2006; 184 (3): 140-141.
Katina Kardamanidis, Research Fellow2
Bruce Armstrong, Head2
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