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Peer-reviewed literature is the foundation of research for new treatment modalities for disease, and you can also refer separately to the phd dissertation on the topic of some written work. This literature is an invaluable resource for caregivers and those just diagnosed with a disease or condition. These articles are not, however, written for a general public level of understanding. The research results published in scientific scholarly journals does not signify an appropriate or approved treatment option for a patient or caregiver.
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- You will not make copies (electronic, video, photographic or physical) of all or part of any research paper that you obtain through the site other than for your personal use.
- You will not sell access to, or make any commercial use of, any research paper that you obtain through the site.
- You will not distribute copies of any research paper that you obtain through the site to individuals outside of your immediate medical need.
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