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History of public health nursing in Osaka. Final Section. Early days of public health clinics (8). Public health nursing in Osaka during World War II



History of public health nursing in Osaka. Final Section. Early days of public health clinics (8). Public health nursing in Osaka during World War II



Japanese Journal for Public Health Nurse 44(4): 332-341




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