What Is Basic Medical Care?
Minnesota Medicine. 1991 Mar; 74(3): 25-33.
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Eddy, David M. (1991-02-13)The concept of essential health care postulates that there is a set of basic services that should be available to all who need care, with more services obtainable by those who want and can afford to purchase them. ...