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Molnar, Cynthia E.
January 2010
Internal Medicine Alert;1/15/2010 Supplement 1, p3
An introduction to the journal is presented in which the editor discusses the commencement of the continuing medical education (CME), actions to be taken by the participants upon the completion of educational acitivity, and on physician office practices and treatment options.


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