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  • == Are subgroup Editors' names and Authors's names automatically found and listed? == Chris, I have not yet digested all of the proposal, but I want to congratulate you on having finally made the pro
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  • ...iving systems. They implicitly or explicitly subscribe to the proposition of the 20th century's pioneer geneticist and evolutionary biologist, the Russi ...raar.org/assets/ebooks/ Nothing in biology makes sense except in the light of evolution.] ''Am Biol Teach'', pages=125-9.
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  • ...ms that have been expressed by notable sources, and includes the rebuttals of chiropractors to these views. Reporting a criticism, or its rebuttal, here, ...otal health care, and even advocate expansion of market base into the care of the well child.
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  • ...an assumption that the results of the trial will be applicable to the care of patients who have the condition that was treated. ...igned [to different treatments] at <b>random</b> (by chance, like the flip of a coin). This is necessary to ensure that the outcomes are determined only
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  • ...an assumption that the results of the trial will be applicable to the care of patients who have the condition that was treated. ...igned [to different treatments] at <b>random</b> (by chance, like the flip of a coin). This is necessary to ensure that the outcomes are determined only
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  • ...ropractic concept of subluxation, or innate intelligence, as part of human biology. ...e of satisfaction among its patient population, along with a very low rate of complications attributed to its treatment.
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  • ...ropractic concept of subluxation, or innate intelligence, as part of human biology. ...e of satisfaction among its patient population, along with a very low rate of complications attributed to its treatment.
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  • ...e |title=Preoperative care |accessdate=2007-11-21 |author=National Library of Medicine |authorlink= |coauthors= |date= |format= |work= |publisher= |pages | journal = Journal of General Internal Medicine
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