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18th Myanmar Internal Medicine Conference - MIMC 2017

In conjunction with 4th AFIM Congress and 4th ACP South East Asian Chapter Meeting

Program at a glance

Registration for 18th Myanmar Internal Medicine Conference 2017 in conjunction with 4th AFIM congress and 4th ACP Southeast Asia Chapter Meeting  is open.
Please access at our website  http://www.internalmedicinesocietymyanmar.com/

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