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Orvosi Hetilap
Authors:
János Antal
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Attila Timár

JAMA 2008 299 211 213 Wehling, M.: Translational medicine: can it really

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With the advancement of psychedelic science into the forefront of global consciousness, research continues to affirm the promise of psychedelic medicines to aid in the healing of those suffering from trauma, addiction, depression, anxiety

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Ungváry, G.: Occupational diseases. The Hungarian and the international history of occupational medicine. In: Ungváry, G., Morvai, V. (eds.). Occupational health. [A foglalkozási megbetegedések, a

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Tena Tamayo, C., Sanchez Gonzalez, J. M.: Assertive medicine: a proposal against defensive medicine. Ginecol. Obstet. Mex., 2005, 73 , (10), 553

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Isaacs, J. D., Ferraccioli, G.: The need for personalised medicine for rheumatoid arthritis. Ann. Rheum. Dis., 2011, 70 , 4–7. Ferraccioli G. The need for personalised medicine for

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Journal of Psychedelic Studies
Authors:
Abraham Hafiz Rodriguez
,
Sarah Nath Zallek
,
Michael Xu
,
Jean Aldag
,
Lori Russell-Chapin
,
Tobias A. Mattei
, and
N. Scott Litofsky

Subject details After institutional review board (IRB) approval (IRB #267944-1), 25 healthy adults with normal hearing function, ages 18–29, were recruited from the University of Illinois College of Medicine at Peoria, Bradley University, and

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References [1]. F.J. Duan 1999 Formula of Traditional Chinese Medicine China Press of

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.htm . [Chinese] Complementary therapies – based on the principles of evidence-based medicine. Position statement of the Medical Sciences Section of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. (Medical Sciences Section, Hungarian Academy of

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Nuclear medicine and radiotherapy make a vital contribution to the diagnosis and treatment of major disease. This role is likely to expand with new developments including availability of new medical isotopes. A European network (EMIR) was initiated in 2001 by the Joint Research Centre (JRC) of the European Commission, to identify and solve difficulties that constrain nuclear medicine and radiotherapy development in Europe and facilitate closer interdisciplinary collaboration. Participating organisations include the main European associations of medical radiation specialists, radiopharmaceutical/radioisotope producers, nuclear research reactor institutions, research organizations and the JRC. The steering committee established task groups focusing on eight key areas for development. Liaison with non-European organizations will be encouraged.

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Scientometrics
Authors:
Jun-Ying Fu
,
Xu Zhang
,
Yun-Hua Zhao
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Dar-Zen Chen
, and
Mu-Hsuan Huang

Introduction Rooted in Chinese culture for more than 5000 years, Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) is a natural medicine that is practiced by experience and guidance of a holistic concept and the belief of treating the entire

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