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Published on 03.09.04 in Vol 6, No 3 (2004)

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Works citing "Online Health Information and Low-Literacy African Americans"

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  1. Bime C. Health Disparities in Respiratory Medicine. 2016. Chapter 9:173
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  2. Klecun E. Current Trends and Future Practices for Digital Literacy and Competence. 2012. chapter 13:142
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