March 2004
Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine;Mar2004, Vol. 97 Issue 3, p158
Academic Journal
Correction notice
A correction to the article "Smoking rates in the staff of a military field hospital before and after wartime deployment," by C. J. Boos and A. M. Croft that was published in the January 2004 issue is presented.


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