Emerson, Edward C.
November 1972
Angiology;Nov1972, Vol. 23 Issue 10, p581
Academic Journal
Reports on the new policy adopted by the Board of Editors of the journal "Angiology." Decision of the editors to invite views of noted experts in the field of actual and controversial problems in vascular disease; Independence of the editorials from the views of the Board; Allocation of a space for the expression of opposite viewpoints.


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