by Published for the Society of Prospective Medicine by Health and Education Resources in Bethesda, Md .
Written in English
Sponsored with the Dept. of Family Medicine and the College of Nursing of the Universiy of South Florida, Tampa, Ayerst Laboratories, and the American College of Preventive Medicine.
|Other titles||Proceedings of the fifteenth annual meeting on prospective medicine and health hazard appraisal|
|Statement||conference chairman, Ronald Blankenbaker.|
|Series||Proceedings of the ...annual meeting of the Society of Prospective Medicine -- 15th|
|Contributions||University of South Florida. Dept. of Family Medicine., University of South Florida. College of Nursing, Ayerst Laboratories, inc., American College of Preventive Medicine.|
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