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The Need for Ayurveda Practitioners to Maintain Clinical Data

Alex Hankey.

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Alex Hankey. The Need for Ayurveda Practitioners to Maintain Clinical Data. AAM. (2013), [cited January 20, 2020]; 2(1-2): 4-6.



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Alex Hankey (2013) The Need for Ayurveda Practitioners to Maintain Clinical Data. AAM, 2 (1-2), 4-6.



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