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Assertive Community Treatment in China – it is time for a made-in-China solution

  • Samuel F. Law (a1), Xingwei Luo (a2), Shuqiao Yao (a2) and Xiang Wang (a2)
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Author for correspondence: Xiang Wang, E-mail: wang0916xia@gmail.com, wangxiang0916@csu.edu.cn

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