Proceedings of a Health Care Conference held under the auspices of the National Down Syndrome Society in San Diego, California, March 15- 16, 1991.
|Statement||editors: Ira T. Lott, Ernest E. McCoy.|
|Series||Progress in Clinical & Biological Research Series|
|Contributions||Lott, Ira., McCoy, Ernest E., National Down Syndrome Society. Health Care Conference|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||352|
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