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To chew or not to chew: that's the question.

Bibliographic reference Yildiz, Halil ; Komuta, Mina ; Monsalve, Constanza ; Starkel, Peter ; Lefebvre, Chantal. To chew or not to chew: that's the question.. In: Acta clinica Belgica, Vol. 71, no.3, p. 187-189 (2016)
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