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Editorial manager: Liliane Pérez (Vice President - IEHA)

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The elements presented in this site are subject to change without notice and are made available without any guarantee, express or implied, of any kind and cannot give rise to any right to compensation.

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Applicable law

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General terms and conditions of use

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Date: 15/06/2021