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The Lebanese LSIDCM
This section is reserved for Submittting the Abstracts of the 19th LSID Annual Congress, organized by The Lebanese Society of Infectious Diseases and Clinical Microbiology.
Le Royal- Dbayeh
February 22, 23, and 24, 2018
The Armenian SORT IT Course
This Section is intended to include papers related to the Armenian SORT IT Operational Research Course.
The Ukrainian SORT IT Course
Reseved for submissions of the Ukrainian SORT IT Course
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