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EURRECA: qualitative analysis on possible explanations for the variation among European vitamin B12 recommendations for the elderly

  • E. L. Doets (a1), L. S. de Wit (a1), A. E. J. M. Cavelaars (a1), R. A. M. Dhonukshe-Rutten (a1), P. van't Veer (a1) and C. P. G. M. de Groot (a1)...
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EURRECA: qualitative analysis on possible explanations for the variation among European vitamin B12 recommendations for the elderly

  • E. L. Doets (a1), L. S. de Wit (a1), A. E. J. M. Cavelaars (a1), R. A. M. Dhonukshe-Rutten (a1), P. van't Veer (a1) and C. P. G. M. de Groot (a1)...

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