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How Representative of Typical Practice Are Practice-Based Research Networks?

A Report From the Ambulatory Sentinel Practice Network Inc (ASPN)

Larry A. Green, MD; Rebecca S. Miller, MS; Frank M. Reed, MD; Donald C. Iverson, PhD; Gwyn E. Barley, MPl

Arch Fam Med. 1993;2(9):939-949.

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