Lukić, Ivan Krešimir
December 2009
Croatian Medical Journal;Dec2009, Vol. 50 Issue 6, p610
Academic Journal
The article presents various topics related to public health. It cites a study which found that people with disabilities have many unmet health and rehabilitation needs, face barriers in accessing mainstream health-care services, and consequently have poor health. It suggests that the germinal-center B-cell (GCB) and the non-GCB phenotypes did not differ in their international prognostic index factors and score.


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