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Sorry about the confusion...I'm referring to clinical documentation in the
pharmaceutical/FDA sense (NDA's, etc.) and what guidelines are used to
produce this documentation. I need current journal articles, not books.
Thank you to all who responded to my question, I really appreciated the
feedback. If anyone else has anything to offer - PLEASE DO SO!!!
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