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Huth, Edward J. Writing and Publishing in Medicine. Third ed. 1999. Print.
Browner, Warren S., Publishing and Presenting Clinical Research. Second ed. 2006. Web.
Matthews, J., Bowen, J., & Matthews, Robert W. (2000). Successful scientific writing : A step-by-step guide for the biological and medical sciences (Second ed.).
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OBGYN orientation 2020