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Vol. 149 No. 4546 (2019)

Reply to comment by Poppe C on: Novosel D. Setting as informed consent in psychotherapy. Swiss Med Wkly.2019;149:w20028

  • Nikola Biller-Andorno
  • Manuel Trachsel
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