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  1. Ho TM
    Int J Health Serv, 1988;18(2):281-91.
    PMID: 3378859 DOI: 10.2190/EJ77-C1UH-KHMQ-8HAX
    This article examines the numerous problems faced by primary health care in Malaysia, care that traditionally has been a private sector activity. While general practitioners have adapted, and are continually adapting, to the needs of a multiracial society with diverse cultural patterns, it is hoped that with the emergence of a dynamic discipline of family practice, family doctors will be able to provide a sophisticated form of primary health care that will serve the needs of the people.
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