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Conflict of interest and the credibility of medical journals

  • Giovanni A. Fava (a1)
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Address for correspondence: Professor G.A. Fava, Department of Psychology, University of Bologna, Viale Berti Pichat 5, 40127 Bologna (Italy). Fax: +39-051-243.086 E-mail: fava@psibo.unibo.it

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Conflict of interest and the credibility of medical journals

  • Giovanni A. Fava (a1)

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