Debate on Animal Experiments in Traditional Medicine: Do We Have a Better Choice?

  • Mojtaba Farjam Assisstant Professor of Medical Pharmacology, Fasa University of medical sciences, Fasa
Keywords: Traditional Medicine, Avicenna, Mezaj, Animal Experiments




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How to Cite
Farjam, M. (2016). Debate on Animal Experiments in Traditional Medicine: Do We Have a Better Choice?. Galen Medical Journal, 5(4), 233-34.