Tailoring Access to Adequately Meet Needs-Specific Healthcare for Military Veterans
Ronald David Cole, MPH, Clinical Public Health and Epidemiology- Army Public Health Division, United States Army, Gundpowder, Maryland, USA; William Washington, MD, Walter Reed Army Institute of Research, Statistics and Epidemiology Branch, United States Army, Silver Spring, Maryland, USA
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