Essential evidence-based medicine

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New York, Cambridge University Press , Cambridge
Evidence-based medicine, Evidence-Based Med
StatementDan Mayer.
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LC ClassificationsR723.7 .M396 2010
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Open LibraryOL23575453M
ISBN 139780521712415
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