News from the Underground: What were the most important scientific/clinical take-home messages for juniors?

Zinsky Rica, Olland Anne, Bjerg Anders, Bikov Andras, Skoczynski Szymon

Source: Breathe 2014; 10:333-335
Journal Issue: December

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