The Use and Prescription of Pangolin in Traditional Vietnamese Medicine

@article{Sexton2021TheUA,
  title={The Use and Prescription of Pangolin in Traditional Vietnamese Medicine},
  author={Rebecca L. Sexton and Tran Nhan Tanh Nguyen and D. Roberts},
  journal={Tropical Conservation Science},
  year={2021},
  volume={14},
  pages={194008292098575}
}
It is now acknowledged that demand stemming from traditional medicine stimulates a continued market for illegal wildlife trade globally. Increasing demand for pangolin fuels widespread unsustainabl... 

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