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Original Articles

Primary Care Specialty, Resident Status, and Male Gender Correlate With Controlled Drug Contract Use

Bryan K. Touchet William R. Yates Ian T. Fischer Kim A. Coon

Published: December 15, 2005

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Primary Care Specialty, Resident Status, and Male Gender Correlate With Controlled Drug Contract Use

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Volume: 7

Quick Links: Medical , Primary Care

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