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Cognitive–behavioural therapy may reduce high rates of service use among frequent primary care attenders

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  1. Correspondence to : Professor Risa B Weisberg, VA Boston Healthcare System and Boston University School of Medicine, 150 S. Huntington Avenue, 116 B (Psychology Service), Boston, MA, USA; risa.weisberg{at}va.gov
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Goodwin CL, Weisberg RB
Cognitive–behavioural therapy may reduce high rates of service use among frequent primary care attenders

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  • Published online 3 March 2017.

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