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Meeting the Health-care Needs of the Rural Elderly: The Unique Role of Village Doctors

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  • Kimberly Singer Babiarz
  • Hongmei Yi
  • Renfu Luo

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  • Kimberly Singer Babiarz & Hongmei Yi & Renfu Luo, 2013. "Meeting the Health-care Needs of the Rural Elderly: The Unique Role of Village Doctors," China & World Economy, Institute of World Economics and Politics, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, vol. 21(3), pages 44-60, May.
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