Posted Wed, Jul, 18,2012
We are pleased to announce the addition of Clinical Medicine Insights: Therapeutics to Health & Medical Complete, a ProQuest database.
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The database covers articles from almost 2,000 journals, 85% of which are available as full text. All Libertas journals on Health and Medical Complete are available in full text with tables, diagrams, graphs and photos meaning authors have their complete articles available for database users to access globally.
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