Status of clinical research in China

@article{Hu2011StatusOC,
  title={Status of clinical research in China},
  author={Yonghua Hu and Yueqin Huang and Jie Ding and Yulan Liu and Dongsheng Fan and Tiejun Li and Chengchao Shou and Jian-min Fan and Wei-min Wang and Zhe Dong and Xueying Qin and Weigang Fang and Yang Ke},
  journal={The Lancet},
  year={2011},
  volume={377},
  pages={124-125}
}

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