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More Than Just Adolescence: Differences in Fatigue Between Youth With Cerebral Palsy and Typically Developing Peers
Laura K. Brunton, Elizabeth G. Condliffe, Gregor Kuntze, Leticia Janzen, Shane Esau, Clodagh M. Toomey, Carolyn A. Emery
Ann Rehabil Med. 2021;45(3):197-203.   Published online June 14, 2021
DOI: https://doi.org/10.5535/arm.20250

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More Than Just Adolescence: Differences in Fatigue Between Youth With Cerebral Palsy and Typically Developing Peers
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