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Contact: Dr. Kari Tikkinen
kari.tikkinen@fimnet.fi
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University of Helsinki

Tables

Caption: Table 1 shows states of being perceived as a disease by at least 20 percent and not as a disease by at least another 20 percent of respondents of all groups. Table 2 shows states of being perceived as a disease by at least 80 percent of respondents of all groups. Table 3 shows states of being not perceived as a disease by at least 80 percent of respondents of all groups.

Credit: BMJ Open / Dr. Kari Tikkinen

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