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Richard Goldstein, Ph.D.

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Name Number of Publications Most Recent Publication Publications by All Authors Concept Score Why?
Blood Banks119961120.030 Why?
Blood Preservation119961760.030 Why?
Blood Component Removal119961180.030 Why?
Adolescent Health Services119962100.030 Why?
Child Health Services119966720.020 Why?
Blood Transfusion1199612730.020 Why?
Child Abuse119969960.020 Why?
Wounds and Injuries1199623900.010 Why?
Primary Health Care1199644870.010 Why?
Suburban Population11996530.010 Why?
Violence119968900.010 Why?
Urban Population1199620190.000 Why?
Boston1199692870.000 Why?
Incidence11996207430.000 Why?
Child, Preschool11996404290.000 Why?
United States11996684330.000 Why?
Child11996751630.000 Why?
Adolescent11996844110.000 Why?
Humans219967250010.000 Why?
Male119963469640.000 Why?
Female119963753030.000 Why?
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