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People with pain speak out
Bib ID 1909789
Format BookBook
Description Ballarat East, Vic. : Writing Project Group, 1990 
47 p. ; 21 cm. 
ISBN 0646009125
Notes

"People with pain speak out is a collection of writing about life with chronic pain. It was compiled at the Ballarat East Community Health Centre' - P. [3].

Cover title.

Available from Writing Project Group, Ballarat East Community Health Centre, Humffray Street South, Ballarat East Vic 3350.

Subjects Pain -- Literary collections.  |  Australian literature -- 20th century.
Other authors/contributors Ballarat East Community Health Centre. Writing Project Group

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