Long Term Anti-Thyroid Drug Therapy in a Paediatric Population with Down Syndrome: an Irish Experience

@inproceedings{Johnston2014LongTA,
  title={Long Term Anti-Thyroid Drug Therapy in a Paediatric Population with Down Syndrome: an Irish Experience},
  author={Niall Johnston and Meenal Mavinkurve and Nuala Murphy and Sin{\'e}ad Moloney and C. Costigan and Declan Cody},
  year={2014}
}
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