Evidence - based medicine and the changing nature of health care

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Mark B. McClellan, J. Michael McGinnis,
Elizabeth G. Nabel, and LeighAnne M. Olsen


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changing nature of health care: 2007 IOM annual meeting summary. Washington, DC: The
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