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Maladaptive coping, low self-efficacy and disease activity are associated with poorer patient-reported outcomes in inflammatory bowel disease

Chao Che-Yung, Lemieux Carolyne, Restellini Sophie, Afif Waqqas, Bitton Alain, Lakatos Peter L, Wild Gary, Bessissow Talat

Year : 2019| Volume: 25| Issue : 3 | Page no: 159-166

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