Canadian Medical Association Journal

The Canadian Medical Association Journal (CMAJ) has been in existence in one form or another since 1911. CMAJ is one of six world-wide journals contributing peer reviewed medical discoveries in journal form and currently on-line. CMAJ is a world respected journal for physicians, scientists and medical students. CMAJ is headquartered in Ottawa, Canada. The CMAJ has archived studies for the period of 1911 to date.

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http://www.cmaj.ca/
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