Research for health in the Americas
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This article is part of a series proposed by PAHO and commissioned by The BMJ, which peer reviewed, edited, and made the decision to publish the article with no involvement from PAHO. Open access fees for the series are funded by PAHO. Provenance and peer review: Commissioned; not externally peer reviewed.
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Etienne Carissa, Abbasi Kamran, Cuervo Luis Gabriel. Research for health in the Americas BMJ 2018; 362 :k2944
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