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International Medical Teams of the Japan Medical Association: A Framework for Foreign Medical Teams

  • Takashi Nagata (a1) (a2), Sumito Yoshida (a1), Manabu Hasegawa (a3), Mayo Ojino (a1), Shinichi Murata (a4) and Masami Ishii (a1) (a5)...
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Correspondence and reprint requests to Takashi Nagata, MD, Japan Medical Association Research Institute, 2-28-16, Honkomagome, Bunkyo-ku, 113-8621, Tokyo, Japan (nagata.takashi@kyudai.jp).

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International Medical Teams of the Japan Medical Association: A Framework for Foreign Medical Teams

  • Takashi Nagata (a1) (a2), Sumito Yoshida (a1), Manabu Hasegawa (a3), Mayo Ojino (a1), Shinichi Murata (a4) and Masami Ishii (a1) (a5)...

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