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Patient Interest in Receiving Audiotapes of Information Presented by Their Physicians

A Survey of Patients Awaiting Treatment in University and Private Practice Settings

Ronald G. Nathan, PhD; Gene M. Bont, MD; René B. Minz, MD

Arch Fam Med. 1994;3(6):509-513.

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