Looking for Adverse Reproductive Outcomes in 'Atomic Veterans': Are Such Studies Feasible?
Miller, Robert W.
JAMA: The Journal of the American Medical Association 1995 September 20; 274(11): 865
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ADVERSE REPRODUCTIVE OUTCOMES IN FAMILIES OF ATOMIC VETERANS: THE FEASIBILITY OF EPIDEMIOLOGIC STUDIES Institute of Medicine [IOM] (United States). Medical Follow- up Agency. Committee to Study the Feasibility of, and Need for, Epidemiologic Studies of Adverse Reproductive Outcomes in the Families of Atomic Veterans (1995)
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