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Ovid Dermatology Journal Collection

Publisher: American Medical Association (AMA)
Elsevier
Lippincott Williams & Wilkins (LWW)
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Cost-effective, convenient access to 10 premium journals from the world's leading healthcare publishers.

Choosing the right set of electronic journals in dermatology for your institution can be tough. Luckily, Ovid has created a cost-effective, convenient collection of titles for you!

All of the 10 journals in this exclusive collection have been selected for their high-quality content and currency. Published by the world's leading sources in medical and healthcare information, they cover major topics in dermatology and are ideal for practitioners, students, faculty, and other users at your institution.

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