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Module 7: Costs of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders

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  2. Harwood, H. Economic costs of fetal alcohol spectrum disorders. Presentation at the FASD Center for Excellence Field Trainers Meeting, Orlando, FL, December 2005.
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  12. Astley, S. 2002. Seventh Annual Report, Summary of Progress from July 1, 1995 Through June 30, 2002. Seattle: Washington State FAS Diagnostic and Prevention Network, University of Washington.
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