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|Contribution of Age Distribution to Death Rates of Intentional Self-harm: 1985-89 and 2010-14|
|Dar Oh Lim, Sang Hwa Park|
|J Health Info Stat. 2016;41(4):411-416. Published online 2016 November 30 DOI: https://doi.org/10.21032/jhis.2016.41.4.411|
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