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AAM. 2018; 7(3): 66-71


WHO ICD- 11 Showcasing of Traditional Medicine: Lesson from a lost opportunity

Ram Harsh Singh, Sanjeev Rastogi.

Abstract
WHO ICD- 11 Showcasing of Traditional Medicine: Lesson from a lost opportunity

Key words: WHO, ICD-11, Ayurveda



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