Factors influencing willingness to pay for healthcare

Aizuddin, Azimatun Noor; Sulong, Saperi; Mohamed Aljunid, Syed
January 2012
BMC Public Health;2012, Vol. 12 Issue Suppl 2, p1
Academic Journal
An abstract of the article "Factors influencing willingness to pay for healthcare," by Azimatun Noor Aizuddin, Saperi Sulong, and Syed Mohamed Aljunid is presented.


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