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Anorexia nervosa rates – conclusions for the wrong reasons

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  02 January 2018

M. Råstam
Affiliation:
University of Göteborg S-41345 Göteborg, Sweden
C. Gillberg
Affiliation:
University of Göteborg S-41345 Göteborg, Sweden
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