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What do you think overdiagnosis means? A qualitative analysis of responses from a national community survey of Australians
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    The idea of community involvement is relevant and ideal since it is recommended as one of the elements of primary health care which would then lead to the achievement of health care for all. This study has presented interesting findings which are good for the general health care system however, being that this was a qualitative study, the participants should have been given more time to express their understanding of over diagno...
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