Vol 6, No 3 (2021)
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De-escalation of antiplatelet therapy after acute coronary syndrome — a way to improve medication adherence?

Andrzej Kleinrok1, Jolita Badarienė2
Medical Research Journal 2021;6(3):166-168.

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