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Fifty years of medical research in Nigeria

West African Council for Medical Research (Nigeria). Medical Research Seminar

Fifty years of medical research in Nigeria

proceedings of the first Medical Research Seminar Feb. 1-Feb. 4, 1972, Yaba-Lagos

by West African Council for Medical Research (Nigeria). Medical Research Seminar

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Published by WACMR (Nigeria) in Lagos .
Written in English


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