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Please note that to be able to order publications on our website, you must allow cookies. If you do not wish to do so, you can instead order them from the National Board of Health and Wel-fare's publication service via e-mail, publikationsservice@socialstyrelsen.se, or fax, 035-19 75 29.

Cookies used on the website

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