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Improved perceived health status persists three months after a special sports camp for children with congenital heart disease.

Bibliographic reference Moons, Philip ; Barréa, Catherine ; Suys, Bert ; Ovaert, Caroline ; Boshoff, Derize ; et. al. Improved perceived health status persists three months after a special sports camp for children with congenital heart disease.. In: European journal of pediatrics, Vol. 165, no. 11, p. 767-72 (2006)
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