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Your Bibliography: Fassler, Joe. "How Doctors Take Women's Pain Less Seriously." The Atlantic. N.p., 2015. Web. 27 May 2019.
In-text: (Garfield, Isacco and Rogers 474-487)
Your Bibliography: Garfield, Craig F., Anthony Isacco, and Timothy E. Rogers. "A Review Of Men's Health And Masculinity." American Journal of Lifestyle Medicine 2.6 (2008): 474-487. Web. 27 May 2019.
In-text: (Hollingshead et al. 280-290)
Your Bibliography: Hollingshead, Nicole A. et al. "Impact Of Race And Sex On Pain Management By Medical Trainees: A Mixed Methods Pilot Study Of Decision Making And Awareness Of Influence." Pain Medicine 16.2 (2015): 280-290. Web. 27 May 2019.
In-text: (Jones 229-235)
Your Bibliography: Jones, Christopher M. "The Paradox Of Decreasing Nonmedical Opioid Analgesic Use And Increasing Abuse Or Dependence — An Assessment Of Demographic And Substance Use Trends, United States, 2003–2014." Addictive Behaviors 65 (2017): 229-235. Web. 27 May 2019.
Your Bibliography: Kiesel, Laura. "Women And Pain: Disparities In Experience And Treatment - Harvard Health Blog." Harvard Health Blog. N.p., 2017. Web. 27 May 2019.
In-text: (Tunks, Roy and Bellissimo)
Your Bibliography: Tunks, Eldon, R Roy, and Anthony Bellissimo. Chronic Pain. 2nd ed. Melbourne, FL: R.E. Krieger, 1990. Print.
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