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Lessons that Last: 200 Pearls and Counting

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This Week in PLOS Medicine: Poor Health in Rich Countries, Perinatal Mental Health, HIV treatment for Children, and Public Health Models

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Open Access Button Launch: If Someone Hits a Paywall in the Forest, Does it Make a Sound?

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This Week in PLOS Medicine: Reporting Guidelines Collection, Dementia & Incontinence, & Treating Pediatric HIV

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Full registration and reporting of all trials at PLOS Medicine

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This Week in PLOS Medicine: Inflammation Links Social Adversity & Diabetes, New Diagnostic for Sepsis, Fake Meds, & More

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Introducing PLOS Currents:Outbreaks

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Governments have a legal obligation to make healthcare knowledge available to health workers and citizens

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Getting serious about registering and reporting trials – alltrials.net

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Open Access Is Not for Scientists. It’s for Medical Students

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