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A rather unique holding.  If any one has this and would be willing to fax this article it is appreciated.

Amick, BC., Kawachi, I., Coakley, EH.,et al. "Relationship of job strain and iso-strain in health status in a cohort of women in the United States."
Scand J Work, Environ Health, 1998; 24:54-61.

Thank you in advance.

Rick

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