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How Many Doctors Do We Need? A Policy Agenda for The United States in the 1990s, Based on the Tenth Private Sector Conference, 1985

Title:How Many Doctors Do We Need? A Policy Agenda for The United States in the 1990s, Based on the Tenth Private Sector Conference, 1985
Editor:Yaggy, Duncan
Editor:Hodgson, Patricia, 1942-
Note:Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 1986
  
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Stable link here:http://onlinebooks.library.upenn.edu/webbin/book/lookupid?key=olbp72183
  
Subject:Physicians -- Supply and demand -- United States -- Congresses
Subject:Physicians, Foreign -- Supply and demand -- United States -- Congresses
Subject:Medical education -- United States -- Congresses
Subject:Medical policy -- United States -- Congresses
Subject:Medical education policy -- United States -- Congresses
Subject:Forecasting -- Congresses
Call number:RA410.7 .P75 1986
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