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Prevalence of Comorbid Alcohol Disorder and Consumption in Medically Ill and Depressed Patients

Cathy Donald Sherbourne, PhD; Ron D. Hays, PhD; Kenneth B. Wells, MD, MPH; William Rogers, PhD; M. Audrey Burnam, PhD

Arch Fam Med. 1993;2(11):1142-1149.

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