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Letters to the Editor

Alcohol and Drug Problems and Their Relationship to Sexual Impulsivity Among Female Internal Medicine Outpatients

Randy A. Sansone, M.D.; Michael W. Wiederman, Ph.D.; Elizabeth Meunnich, Ph.D.; Jacqueline Barnes, M.D.

Published: April 15, 2008

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Letter to the Editor

Alcohol and Drug Problems and Their Relationship to Sexual Impulsivity Among Female Internal Medicine Outpatients


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