Family planning services delivery. Danish experience.

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Family planning services delivery. Danish experience. / Osler, M.; David, H. P.; Morgall, J.; Rasmussen, N. K.

In: Danish Medical Bulletin, Vol. 37, No. 1, 01.02.1990, p. 95-105.

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Osler, M, David, HP, Morgall, J & Rasmussen, NK 1990, 'Family planning services delivery. Danish experience.', Danish Medical Bulletin, vol. 37, no. 1, pp. 95-105.

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Osler, M., David, H. P., Morgall, J., & Rasmussen, N. K. (1990). Family planning services delivery. Danish experience. Danish Medical Bulletin, 37(1), 95-105.

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Osler M, David HP, Morgall J, Rasmussen NK. Family planning services delivery. Danish experience. Danish Medical Bulletin. 1990 Feb 1;37(1):95-105.

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Osler, M. ; David, H. P. ; Morgall, J. ; Rasmussen, N. K. / Family planning services delivery. Danish experience. In: Danish Medical Bulletin. 1990 ; Vol. 37, No. 1. pp. 95-105.

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