DOI:  10.1080/13548506.2013.764460  Attrition from an Internet-based treatment program for female sexual dysfunction: Who is best treated with this approach?
Author: McCabe, Marita P..  v. 18  no. 5, pp. 612- 618
ISSN:  1354-8506  EISSN:  1465-3966 
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