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New-Onset Asthma and Combat Deployment: Findings From the Millennium Cohort Study

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Title
New-Onset Asthma and Combat Deployment: Findings From the Millennium Cohort Study
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American Journal of Epidemiology, June 2018
DOI 10.1093/aje/kwy112
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Anna C Rivera, Teresa M Powell, Edward J Boyko, Rachel U Lee, Dennis J Faix, David D Luxton, Rudolph P Rull

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#12,066,814
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#7,260
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#169,878
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#39
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