Can Our Voice Be Heard?
Atlanta, Georgia: Georgia Health Decisions, 1994, September; 4 fold pamphlet [Available from: Georgia Health Decisions, 1720 Peachtree St., Suite 1029, Atlanta, Georgia 30309; tel. 800-544-5751]
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