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Alcohol and Injury

A Case-Crossover Study

Daniel C. Vinson, MD, MSPH; Nancy Mabe, MD; Luralie L. Leonard; Jay Alexander; Julie Becker; John Boyer; John Moll

Arch Fam Med. 1995;4(6):505-511.

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