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Online catalogue Joint Canada/United States Survey of Health: Findings and public-use microdata file - Analytical report Joint Canada/United States Survey of Health: Findings and public-use microdata file - Public-use microdata file Corrections Joint Canada/United States Survey of Health: Findings and public-use microdata file - More information The Daily release Survey information United States National Centre for Health Statistics

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