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  5. Ivanitskaya L, Brookins-Fisher J, O´Boyle I, Vibbert D, Erofeev D, Fulton L. Dirt Cheap and Without Prescription: How Susceptible are Young US Consumers to Purchasing Drugs From Rogue Internet Pharmacies?. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2010;12(2):e11
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  1. Gundlapalli AV, Reid JH, Root J, Xu W. Biomedical Engineering and Information Systems. 2010. chapter:198
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