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Differences between willingness to pay and willingness to accept for visits by a family physician: A contingent valuation study

By Jesús Martín-Fernández, Ma Isabel del Cura-González, Tomás Gómez-Gascón, Juan Oliva-Moreno, Julia Domínguez-Bidagor, Milagros Beamud-Lagos and Francisco Javier Pérez-Rivas
Topics: Research article
Publisher: BioMed Central
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