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, 249 (2), 28-35

Trauma. Accidental and Intentional Injuries Account for More Years of Life Lost in the U.S. Than Cancer and Heart Disease. Among the Prescribed Remedies Are Improved Preventive Efforts, Speedier Surgery and Further Research

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Trauma. Accidental and Intentional Injuries Account for More Years of Life Lost in the U.S. Than Cancer and Heart Disease. Among the Prescribed Remedies Are Improved Preventive Efforts, Speedier Surgery and Further Research

D D Trunkey. Sci Am.

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