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Racial Differences in Opioid Use for Chronic Nonmalignant Pain
Version of Record online: 13 JUN 2005
Journal of General Internal Medicine
Volume 20, Issue 7, pages 593–598, July 2005
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Chen, I., Kurz, J., Pasanen, M., Faselis, C., Panda, M., Staton, L. J., O'Rorke, J., Menon, M., Genao, I., Wood, J., Mechaber, A. J., Rosenberg, E., Carey, T., Calleson, D. and Cykert, S. (2005), Racial Differences in Opioid Use for Chronic Nonmalignant Pain. Journal of General Internal Medicine, 20: 593–598. doi: 10.1111/j.1525-1497.2005.0106.x
This paper was presented by Dr. Mark Pasanen at the Opening Plenary Session at the Society of General Internal Medicine 2003 National Meeting in Vancouver, BC in May 2003.
- Issue online: 13 JUN 2005
- Version of Record online: 13 JUN 2005
- Received for publication January 5, 2005 Accepted for publication January 5, 2005
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