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Group Drumming Modulates Cytokine Response in Mental Health Services Users: A Preliminary StudyFancourt D.a, b · Perkins R.a · Ascenso S.a · Atkins L.a · Kilfeather S.c · Carvalho L.b · Steptoe A.b · Williamon A.a
aCentre for Performance Science, Royal College of Music, and bPsychobiology Group, University College, London, and cAeirtec Laboratories, Newcastle, UK
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