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Work accident effect on the risk of benzodiazepine use and overuse

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  • François-Olivier Baudot

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  • Thomas Barnay & François-Olivier Baudot, 2020. "Work accident effect on the risk of benzodiazepine use and overuse," Erudite Working Paper 2020-09, Erudite.
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