Iranian Journal of Public Health 2018. 47(8):1230-1231.

Response Letter to the Editor in Reference to Letter to the Editor about “Does Overall Catastrophic Health Care Expenditure Make Sense”?
Manal ETEMADI, Aidin ARYANKHESAL

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