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David Sackett: addio al padre dell’Evidence-based Medicine

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David Sackett: addio al padre dell’Evidence-based Medicine
Antonino Cartabellotta

Evidence 2015;7(5): e1000112 doi: 10.4470/E1000112

Pubblicato: 27 maggio 2015

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