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Youngkin, E. Q., Davis, M. S., Schadewald, D. M., & Juve, C. (Eds.). (2013). Women’s health: A primary care clinical guide (4th ed.). Retrieved from STAT!Ref database.
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Stoddard, S. A., & Sieving, R. (2013). Assessing adolescent women’s health. In Youngkin, E. Q., Davis, M. S., Schadewald, D. M., & Juve, C. (Eds.), Women’s health: A primary care clinical guide (4th ed.). Retrieved from STAT!Ref database.
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