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Titre : SML 2011 : Inauguration officielle de la Semaine Médicale de Lorraine (SML 2011)
Intervenant(s) : Hervé VESPIGNANI (Professeur, Service de Neurologie, hôpital central – CHU de Nancy), Jean Dominique de KORWIN (Professeur – Service de Médecine H, Hôpital Central - CHU de Nancy)
Résumé : discours de bienvenue, présentations des programmes de la Semaine Médicale de Nancy (SML 2011)
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