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Self management, joint protection and exercises in hand osteoarthritis: a randomised controlled trial with cost effectiveness analyses

By Krysia S Dziedzic, Susan Hill, Elaine Nicholls, Alison Hammond, Helen Myers, Tracy Whitehurst, Jo Bailey, Charlotte Clements, David GT Whitehurst, Sue Jowett, June Handy, Rhian W Hughes, Elaine Thomas and Elaine M Hay
Topics: Study Protocol
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