by Boyko Vassilev, Lucie Kavanova, Anita Komuves, Wojciech Kosc, Pavol Szalai, and Sinziana Demian
23 October 2009
The fall of communism meant drastic changes in doctors’ relationships with patients, hospitals, and the state. And much more paperwork.
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