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In summary, iClinics is committed to continue the tradition of classical paper journals in facilitating the discovery of the unknown and the search for the truth. Additionally it stands for education and quick and efficient communication. iClinics intends to succeed as a worldwide platform for the medical community to share its experience for the best of our patients - salus aegroti suprema lex.

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