Problems in Modern Cardiovascular Therapy

Halpern, Alfred; Samuels, Saul S.
December 1957
Angiology;Dec1957, Vol. 8 Issue 6, p565
Academic Journal
Cites a study on the problem in modern cardiovascular therapy by the editors of "Angiology." Purpose of the project; Expression on the apparent diversity between clinical experience and research endeavor;Impact of the study on the advancement of medical health.


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