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Many symptoms scales don’t measure up. Original: Borg, G. (2013)- Många symtomskalor håller inte måttet. Granskning av skattnings-metodiken. Läkartidningen 49-50. 110, 2238-2241. (English translation by Gunnar Borg below). https://borgperception.se/wp-content/uploads/2019/10/Many-Symptom-Scales-Do-Not-Measure-Up.pdf

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