Financial Burden of Parking Fees for Phototherapy Patients: A Cross-Sectional Study

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Kyaw Htet
Theresa Bui
Apurv Srivastav
Andrea Murina
Drew Kuraitis

Keywords

Phototherapy, Parking Fees, Cost Effectiveness, Socioeconomic Factors, Financial Barriers, Non-medical Cost

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