Journal of APPLIED BIOMEDICINE
ISSN 1214-0287 (on-line)
ISSN 1214-021X (printed)

Volume 1 (2003), No 1, p 49-50




Can the people in poor countries benefit from science?

Zdenek Berger

Address: Cambridge, England

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