Genetics of alcoholism: ethical and societal implications
Berghmans, R. L. P.
De Jong, Johan
De Wert, G.
EACME Newsletter 2007 July; (17): 2 p. [Online]. Accessed: http://www.eacmeweb.com/newsletter/n17.htm [2007 August 15]
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