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Gardens of Medical School of La Plata, Argentina
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The Faculty of Medical Sciences, National University of La Plata's mission is the academic, humanistic, scientific and technical professionals in the health sciences, assuming permanent responsibility in promoting high quality standards in Medical Education. Focussing on this lens performs on a constant and growing activities of teaching undergraduate, graduate and continuing education, and research and extension activities. http://www.med.unlp.edu.ar/index.php

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