Gordon, Michael; Mintz, Jack; Chen, Duanjie
September 1998
CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;09/08/98, Vol. 159 Issue 5, p500
Academic Journal
Presents two rebuttals to two editorials which appear in this issue. Response of the authors to the writing of Steven Lewis regarding funding for Canadian health care; Lewis' response.


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