Global Pathology/ Friday Session 2, November 2, 2012

November 2012
American Journal of Clinical Pathology;Nov2012 Supplement 2, Vol. 138 Issue Supp 2, pA213
Academic Journal
An abstract to the article "Global Impact of the President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief From the Laboratory Perspective" is presented on the topic related to global pathology published in the November 2012 issue of the periodical.


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