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    Physical Education and Physical Activity: Results From the School Health Policies and Programs Study 2006

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    Do exemptions from user fees mean free access to health services? A case study from a rural Cambodian hospital

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    Costs, equity, efficiency and feasibility of identifying the poor in Ghana’s National Health Insurance Scheme: empirical analysis of various strategies

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