The Lancet Clinic

The Lancet ClinicThe Lancet Clinic brings together relevant content from across The Lancet family of journals for 135 diseases selected according to Global Burden of Disease data and clinical practice needs.45 are currently available.

 
October 19, 2015
Year of publication
2015
Resource types
Journal and research articles, Websites or databases
Tags
The Lancet, diseases, non-communicable diseases (NCD), infectious diseases

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