Uniform ICMJE Conflict of Interest Declaration Form: Report of Test Use in Croatian Medical Journal in 2009-2010.

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Vesna Kusec, Croatian Medical Journal, vkusec@kbc-zagreb.hr.

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Name: Croatian medical journal
ISSN: 1332-8166
Pages: 285-6


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