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  • R S Carlton
  • 1987
Thirty food service workers were randomly assigned to two groups; one group received body mechanics instruction while the other did not. The application of the instruction was measured by evaluating the subjects' use of body mechanics on a novel lifting and lowering task and during performance on the job. Results indicated that the group which received(More)
PURPOSE Metastatic breast cancer (MBC) patients are treated with a variety of regimens with differing side effects that can reduce the patients' quality of life. This study assessed the willingness to pay (WTP) to avoid side effects related to MBC treatment using conjoint analysis. METHODS An online, self-administered conjoint analysis survey of US adult(More)
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