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Nature Reviews Disease Primers

Title Abbreviation
Nat Rev Dis Primers
Electronic ISSN
Academics, Allergists, Biomedical Researchers, Cardiologists, Clinicians, Dentists, Dermatologists, Diabetologists, Dietitians, Emergency Nurses, Emergency Physicians, Endocrinologists, Epidemiologists, Gastroenterologists, Gynecologists, Hematologists, Hepatologists, Immunologists, Infectious Disease Specialists, Internists, Nephrologists, Neurologists, Nurse Practitioners, Nurse Practitioners/Physician Assistants, Obstetricians, Oncologists, Ophthalmologists, Orthopedists, Pathologists, Physician Assistants, Physicians, Physicians - Medicine, Primary Care Physicians, Psychiatrists, Pulmonologists, Rehabilitation Therapists, Researchers, Residents, Rheumatologists, Scientists, Urologists
Each Primer provides a global overview of the field and outlines key open research questions. Primers have a modular structure, covering epidemiology; disease mechanisms; diagnosis, screening and prevention; management; and quality of life. Authored by an international panel of academic scientists, translational researchers and clinicians, new Primers are published every week.
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Publisher Name
Nature Publishing Group - UK
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